1857 115 Main Street, opposite the Depot, Concord, New Hampshire.
George H. H. Silsby appeared in two advertisement. The first advertisement which appeared on March 30, 1840 in the New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, New Hampshire) and is included to establish his first name. Hereafter their first names do not appear in the advertisements I have looked at. Co-Partnership Notice. The subscriber have formed a connection in business under the firm of Stearns, Morrills & Silsby, for the purpose of Publishing, Binding and Bookselling, and have taken the room I the 2nd story of Low’s Block formerly occupied by L. B. & L. M. Morrill, where they may be found at all times to answer to orders in their line of business. Chas. H. Stearns, L. B. Morrill, L. M. Morrill, Geo. H. H. Silsby. Concord, March 1, 1840.
The second advertisement ran from January 1 to July 30, 1857 in the Independent Democrat (Concord, New Hampshire). To Daguerreotypist. The subscribers have on hand and for sale a supply of materials for the use of Daguerrian Artists, consisting of Cases, Plates, Mats, Preservers, Rotten Stone, &c., &c.
They intend to keep a full supply of the above articles on hand, which will be sold as low, at least, as can be purchased in Boston. Orders, by mail or otherwise, solicited. Morrill & Silsby, 115 Main St., opposite the Depot.
George H. H. Silsby does not appear in other photographic directories and continues to publish advertisements starting in 1841 as Morrill & Silsby as publishers and bookbinders.