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A. E. McClellan

1858                Rooms over Lawson’s Tin Shop, Abbeville, South Carolina.                              1858                Rooms in Temperance Hall, Abbeville, South Carolina.                                          1858                Calhoun’s Mills, South Carolina.

A. E. McClellan was recorded in one advertisement and one announcement in The Independent Press (Abbeville, South Carolina). The advertisement ran from October 1 to 15, 1858. Ambrotypes.  Mr. A. E. McClellan would respectfully inform the citizens of Abbeville and surrounding country, that he is at Abbeville C. H., for the purpose of Taking Ambrotype Pictures.

He promises to give amply satisfaction both in regard to Picture and Prices, as his motto is—“Live and Let Live.”

The Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call at his room and examine his specimen pictures.  Those who wish a picture, would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity.  Persons having Old Daguerreotypes, can have them taken in elegant style, and warranted not to fade.  Room over Lawson’s Tin Shop.

The announcement appeared on October 22, 1858.  Mr. A. E. McClellan, desires us to say that he will leave the village, for Calhouns Mills, about the middle of the next week, and that all who wishes to obtain Ambrotype likenesses, will call at his rooms in Temperance Hall before that time.

A. E. McClellan is not recorded in other photographic directories.