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A. H. Newton

1848                Main Street, two doors east of Taunton Bank, Taunton, Massachusetts.

A. H. Newton was recorded in one advertisement that ran from November 10 to 21, 1848 in the Taunton Daily Gazette (Taunton, Massachusetts).  Daguerreotypes!!  The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and the public, that he has taken the rooms recently occupied by Drs. Barrows and Graves, two doors East of Taunton Bank, Main St. for a short time only, where he is prepared to take miniatures, with the modern discoveries.

N. B. Perfect satisfaction given or no charge.

Mr. N. is also agent for the sale of a new patent Elastic Hair Band.  It is the most simple, convenient and useful article ever invented; it takes the place of common hair string, and saves a lady the most tedious and perplexing part of her toilet.  Price only 12½ cents.

A. H. Newton is not recorded in other photographic directories.