1856 Room in Bennets Building, Main Street, Brownville, Nebraska.
Williams & Monroe were recorded in one announcement in the Nebraska Advertiser (Brownville, Nemaha County, N. T. [Nebraska]) on June 28, 1856. Daguerreian Gallery.—Messrs. Williams & Monroe Daguerreian Artist arrived in our place this week and have Taken a room in Bennets building, Main street, where they propose to take the “good looking’ faces” of all who will favor them with a call. Their pictures evince Artistic Skill, and we are confident they will give satisfaction.
Williams & Monroe are not recorded in other photographic directories.
1857 Gallery in the Nemaha Valley Banking House, Brownville, Nebraska. 1858 Main Street next to the Bank Building, Brownville, Nebraska.
J. H. Minnich was recorded in three advertisements and one announcement in the Nebraska Advertiser (Brownville, Nemaha County, N. T. [Nebraska]). The first advertisement appeared on November 26, 1857. Daguerrean’s Notice. The undersigned would respectfully announce to the citizens of Brownville and vicinity that he has opened a Daguerrean Gallery in the Nemaha Valley Banking House, and is now taking miniatures equal if not superior to any in the West, without any regard to weather.
Each and every picture warranted to stand in any country or climate. Lockets and Pins filled in the best, workman like manner. J. H. Minnich.
The second advertisement ran from December 3 to 31, 1847. Ambrotype Notice. J. H. Minnich respectfully invites Ladies and Gentlemen to call at his Ambrotype Gallery, where specimen pictures can be seen of the first quality, and where you can have a miniature taken that cannot be surpassed in beauty and durability, and which will be warranted not to change in any country or climate. Children can be taken of fair days in from two to five seconds.
Please give me a call, I’ll try to accommodate all. Lockets and Breastpins Filled. Office in Nemaha Valley Banking House.
The third advertisement and the announcement were recorded in yesterday’s blog “Minnich & Akin”.
J. H. Minnich is not recorded in other photographic directories.
1858 Main Street next to the Bank Building, Brownville, Nebraska.
Minnich & Akin (J. H. Minnich) were recorded in an advertisement and announcement in the Nebraska Advertiser (Brownville, Nemaha County, N. T. [Nebraska]). The advertisement ran from May 6 to 20, 1858. Ambrotypes. The undersigned having entered into a co-partnership and built a sky-light (side light connected) Daguerrean Gallery on corner of Main and First streets in the city of Brownville, would respectfully announce to the public that we are now prepared to take pictures with all the beauties of the art, and at reduced prices. Pictures inserted in lockets, pins, &c., in the neatest style. Being experienced artist, we have no doubt that all who want good pictures can be pleased. Call and see. Minnich & Akin.
The announcement appeared on May 13, 1858. Daguerreotype Gallery. Among other neglected local notices, we have failed before to speak of the erection of a sky-light Daguerrean building, expressly for that purpose. Messrs. Akin & Minnich have fitted up a neat room on Main street, next to the Bank building, and are now taking as fine ambrotype pictures as can be secured anywhere. They are both permanent residents, and having evinced such enterprize we hope they will be liberally patronized.
Minnich & Akin are not recorded in other photographic directories.
1859 Main Street, Next to the Bank Building, Brownville, Nebraska.
McFarland & Bond were recorded in two announcements in the Nebraska Advertiser (Brownville, Nemaha County, N. T. [Nebraska]). The first announcement appeared on June 2, 1859. Daguerrean Gallery. We see new daguerreian operators are refitting the room erected specially for that purpose next to the Bank Building, and will in a few days be prepared to “secure the shadow ere the substance fades.” McFarland & Bond are the names of the artist, of whom we may again speak.
The second announcement appeared on June 9, 1859. McFarland & Bond are now taking No. 1 Ambrotype pictures at the Daguerreian rooms on Main street. We notice a picture of an emigrant train, taken just as it came into the foot of Main street, that was most excellent. Patronize them.
McFarland & Bond are not recorded in other photographic directories.