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Martin Page

1858                Rooms over Drs. Wood’s Drug Store, Greene, New York.

Martin Page (possibly A. M. Page is the same person) was recorded in two announcements and one advertisement in The Chenango American (Greene, New York).  The first announcement appeared on September 30, 1858.  The County Fair…Martin Page, of this village, successor to R. D. Newton had a beautiful lot of Ambrotypes on exhibition.

The second announcement appeared on September 30, 1858.  The Chenango County Fair…Premiums Awarded…Class 24—Foreign Articles…Martin Page, 1 Case Ambrotypes, .25

The advertisement ran from November 11 to December 23, 1858.  Ambrotype Gallery!  A. M. Page announces to the public that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied by R. D. Newton as an Ambrotype Gallery (over Drs. Wood’s drug store,) and is prepared to furnish the best of Pictures.

The reputation of his Pictures is sufficiently established in this section, to need no puffing on his part.  They speak for themselves.

Particular attention paid to Copying Pictures.  Pictures taken in Lockets, Pins, Rings, &c., &c.  A style of Picture taken on Leather, just the thing to send by mail to your friends abroad.

Prices ranging from 50 cents upwards.  Greene, Nov. 11, 1858.

Martin Page (A. M. Page) is not recorded in other photographic directories.