C. 1844-1849 Address Unknown, Saratoga Springs, New York. 1849 Rooms in Younglove’s Hall, Union Village, New York.
D. J. Easton was recorded in an advertisement that ran from April 12 to June 14, 1849 in the Washington County Journal (Union Village, New York). Daguerreotypes. How often it is said after the deceased of a father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Child or Friend. “O that I had his (or her) Likenesses,” (as the case may be.)
Friends “Secure the Shadow, ere the Substance Fades.” D. J. Easton. Of Saratoga Springs, who has been known as a Daguerrian Artist for the last five years would respectfully inform the inhabitants of Union Village and vicinity that he has opened his Room in Younglove’s Hall, where he will be happy to wait upon those who may favor him with a call.
Having just procured a new Apparatus of the largest size in the world, and keeping pace with all the latest improvements in the business, he is sanguine of giving the most perfect satisfaction.
Pictures taken with or without Colors, without regard to weather, set in Rings, Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, cases, Tokens, or Frames. Landscape views, copies of Paintings, of Daguerreotype likenesses of sick and deceased persons taken, if desired.
N. B.—Instruction in the Art given, and Apparatus furnished on reasonable terms. Call And See.
D. J. Easton is not recorded in other photographic directories.