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Daniel J. Kellogg

1856-1857       Address Unknown, Rochester, New York.

Daniel J. Kellogg was recorded three times for two photographic patents.  The first patent appeared on October 1, 1856 in the Evening Star (Washington, D. C.).  Patents for the week ending September 30, 1856.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For photographic instrument, No. 15,809.

The same patent announcement appeared on October 7, 1856 in The New York Herald (New York, New York).  New Patents Issued for the week ending September 30, 1856.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For photographic instrument. [No. 15,809.]

The second patent announcement appeared on April 8, 1857 in the Evening Star (Washington, D. C.).   Patents for the week ending April 7, 1857.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For improvement in photographic trays.  No. 16,979.

Daniel J. Kellogg is not recorded in other photographic directories.  He is listed in American Photographic Patents The Daguerreotype & Wet Plate Era 1840-1880.  It is unknown if D. J. Kellogg (posted yesterday) and Daniel J. Kellogg are the same person.

D. J. Kellogg

1851                Rooms in Champion’s Block, opposite the Court House, Batavia, New York.      1851                Rooms two doors east of J. H. Story’s Dry Goods Store, Cooperstown, New                                    York.                                                                                                                                              1851-1852     Rooms in Taggart’s Block, opposite Genesee House, Batavia, New York.

D. J. Kellogg was recorded in three advertisements and two announcements. The first advertisement ran from March 11 to April 15, 1851 The Spirit of the Times (Batavia, New York). Encourage the Arts.  D. J. Kellogg, Daguerreotypist And Portrait Painter, Offers his services in the line of his Arts to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Batavia, and adjacent country.  Daguerreotype Miniatures taken after the latest improvements, and warranted not to fade or spot.  Miniatures taken in cloudy weather as well as clear.  The public are respectfully invited to call and examine his specimens.  Miniatures taken and put in fine cases for the small sum of 75 cents or $1.00.  Those wishing Daguerreotypes will do well to call soon, as Mr. K. will remain in town but a few days.

N. B. Lessons given in landscape Painting and Drawing. Rooms, in Champion’s Block, opposite the old Court House, till May 1.

The first announcement ran on August 23, 1851 in The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York).  Daguerreotypes.—Mr. D. J. Kellogg is taking daguerreotypes at his rooms in the building adjoining our office.  He has some specimens which we have never seen surpassed.

The second advertisement ran on August 23 & 30, 1851 in The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York).  Encourage the Arts.  D. J. Kellogg, Daguerreotypist And Portrait Painter, Offers his services in the line of his Arts to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Cooperstown and the adjacent country.  Daguerreotype Miniatures taken after the latest improvements, and warranted not to fade or spot.  Miniatures taken in cloudy weather as well as clear.  The public are respectfully invited to call and examine his specimens.—Miniatures taken and put in fine cases for the small sum of 75 cents or one dollar.  Those wishing Daguerreotypes will do well to call soon, as Mr. K. will remain in town but a few days.

Rooms, two doors east of J. H. Story’s Dry Good Store.  August 20, 1851.

The second announcement appeared on August 30, 1851 in The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York).  Daguerreotypes.—Mr. Kellogg’s pictures are beginning to be appreciated by our citizens, who have never had a better opportunity afforded them for procuring superior likenesses.—Mr. K. remains only a short time in the village.

The third advertisement ran from October 28, 1851 to January 20, 1852 in The Spirit of the Times (Batavia, New York).  D. J. Kellogg, Daguerreotypist And Portrait Painter,  Offers his services in the line of his arts to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Batavia, and the adjacent country.—Daguerreotype Miniatures taken after the latest improvements, and warranted not to fade or spot.  Miniatures taken in cloudy weather as well as in clear.

The public are respectfully invited to call and examine his specimens.  Those wishing Daguerreotypes will do well to call soon, as Mr. K., will remain in town but a few days.

N.  B.—Lessons given in Landscape Painting and Drawing.                                                              Rooms in second story of Taggart’s Block, opposite Genesee House.

D. J. Kellogg is not listed in other photographic directories. In tomorrow’s post is a listing for Daniel J. Kellogg which is possibly the same person.