Richard T. Jennings

1851                Rooms over the Court House, Washington, Arkansas.

Richard T. Jennings was recorded in one advertisement that ran from July 2 to August 6, 1851 in the Washington Telegraph (Washington, Arkansas).  Daguerreotype.  Richard T. Jennings offers his services to the citizens of Washington and its vicinity as a Daguerreotypist, with a first quality American Instrument, at the following low charges—For a quarter plate, $4.50; for a medium, $3.  Lockets, Rings, Bracelets and Shawl Pins. Fitted from $3 to $5.  His rooms are over the Court House, where he would be glad to see his friends and the public generally from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. each day for the next two weeks.

Richard T. Jennings is recorded in Pioneer Photographers From The Mississippi To The Continental Divide A Biographical Dictionary, 1839-1865.

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