1853 Address Unknown, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Augustus Le Plongeon was recorded in one advertisement that ran from May 7 to June 4 in The Polynesian (Honolulu, Hawaii). Miniatures and Views on Paper, by the Calotype process. Augustus Le Plongeon, pupil of the celebrated Artist, William Collie, of England, begs to inform the citizens of Honolulu and vicinity, that he is prepared to take miniatures and views by this new process. Such miniatures or views can be sent to any part of the world by letter, without injuring.
Mr. Le Plongeon can be found at his residence from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., at the house lately occupied by Capt. Newell.
Instructions given in the art. Reference to Mr. A. P. Everett.
Augustus Le Plongeon is not recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Honolulu, Hawaii. Craig’s Daguerreian Registry does list him in San Francisco, California between 1854-1861.