1853 Rooms No. 1, Third Floor, New York University, New York, New York.
Mr. Freeman appeared in one advertisement on December 13, 1853 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). Mr. Freeman Having Purchased of Mr. Alexander Ransom the half of his property in the Drummond Light apparatus for enlarging daguerreotypes, will be prepared every day, between the hours of two and three o’clock P. M., to show any respectable parties, the effects of Daguerreotypes so enlarged, through which a perfect drawing is traced upon the reflection itself, from the cabinet to the size of life, or even larger, with the unerring certainty, in a comparatively short space of time. Those having daguerreotypes of friends, will please bring them to determine their real value when magnified and thrown upon another surface, thereby avoiding all the disagreeable effects of the reflex of a polished plate, and withal of a hundred per cent increase of resemblance to their originals. Outline for artists reasonably made. Rooms No. 1, third floor, N. Y. University, Washington parade ground.
Mr. Freeman is not recorded in other photographic directories.