1848-1851 290 Main Street, Buffalo, New York.
1852 Address Unknown, Buffalo, New York.
Aaron Bean was recorded in two announcements. The first appeared in The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York) on January 23, 1852. Destructive Fire and Loss of Life. Buffalo, Jan. 18.—At 2 o’clock this morning a fire broke out in the brick block on the corner of Main and Eagle Streets, originating in the saloon kept by Daniel Dix, in the basement of the corner building under the drug store of P. G. Vonght & Co….
Two mournful accidents occurred. Aaron Bean, Daguerrean artist, who was sitting up in an upper chamber with the corpse of his child, was smothered to death before assistance could be rendered. It is supposed he fell asleep and from the rapid spread of the fire, his room filled with smoke before he awoke. His wife and daughter, in another chamber, were rescued….
The second appeared in the Jamestown Journal (Jamestown, New York) on January 23, 1852.
…The upper story was occupied by families. Mr. Bean residing with his family over his daguerrean room. We record with pain the death of Mr. Bean, who was infirm, and in saving the life of his wife, was suffocated in the smoke. When taken out, he had ceased to breath, and every effort to resuscitate him proved unavailing. Mr. Bean had just lost a child whose corpse was in the house at the time of the fire, but was taken out…
Arron Bean is recorded in other photographic directories.
 Craig’s Daguerreian Registry.