Alexander Rodgers

1847                Address Unknown, New York, New York.

Alexander Rodgers was recorded in two announcements (same announcement in two different newspapers).  The first appeared on April 15, 1847 in the Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, D.C.)  Mr. Alexander Rodgers, a daguerreotypist, fell dead in the streets of New York on Monday.  It is supposed that his death was superinduced by inhalation from the mercury bath, which he is compelled to use in the practice of his art.

The second appeared on April 16, 1847 in the Richmond Whig (Richmond, Virginia).  Mr. Alexander Rodgers, a daguerreotypist, fell dead in the streets of New York on Monday.  It is supposed that his death was superinduced by inhalation from the mercury bath, which he is compelled to use in the practice of his art.

Alexander Rodgers is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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