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D. S. G. Doane

1854                Nearly opposite the Burial Ground, Cohasset, Massachusetts.

 D. S. G. Doane was recorded in an advertisement on November 30, 1854 in the Hingham Journal and Southshore newspaper (Hingham, Massachusetts). New Daguerreotype Rooms in Cohasset. D. S. G. Doane, Having newly fitted up and established a permanent suite of Rooms, for the express purpose of taking Daguerreotypes, respectfully informs the citizens of Cohasset And The Neighboring Towns, that he is now ready to attend to all who may favor him with their patronage.  His Rooms being planned with a superior Skylight, a new and perfect German Apparatus, and every facility that a good Artist could demand, for the execution of the most perfect Daguerreotypes, he will be enabled to take Pictures equally as well in cloudy weather as in the brightest sunshine.

Pictures taken and neatly set in all varieties of style.  Constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment of Frames, Cases, Lockets, Bracelets, Pins, Rings, &c.              Particular attention paid to taking Pictures of Children, Deceased Persons and Invalids, at their residence, for a small extra compensation.  Rooms open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.  Nearly opposite the Burial Ground, Cohasset.  Please call and examine specimens.  All work warranted to give satisfaction.  Cohasset, Oct. 13, 1854.

D. S. G. Doane is not recorded in other photographic directories. A broadside with the same text is in the Library of Congress’s collection.