Tag Archives: Hannibal Missouri.

George H. Jones

1850                Rooms over William Hawkins’ Store, Hannibal, Missouri.

George H. Jones was recorded in an advertisement on  November 7, 1850 in the Western Union  (Hannibal, Missouri).  Daguerrean Gallery.  Over Wm. Hawkins’ Store.  Geo. H. Jones.  Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Hannibal and vicinity, that he will continue to execute all kinds of work in the Daguerrean Art in the latest improved style; miniatures set in beautiful shell or morocco cases; also in lockets, breast-pins, finger rings, watch keys, &c., &c.  Being convinced from past experience, that he can fully satisfy all who may encourage him, public patronage is solicited.—Entire satisfaction given, or no charge.

P. S. Instructions given in the Art, and an apparatus furnished on reasonable terms.

George H. Jones does not appear in other photographic directories.

J. Hunter

1851                Rooms over Rhodes and Smith’s, Hannibal, Missouri.

J. Hunter appeared in an announcement on March 27, 1851 in the Western Union (Hannibal, Missouri). Daguerreotypes. J. Hunter would inform the citizens of Hannibal and vicinity that he will only continue through this week in Hannibal.  Those wishing Portraits would do well to call at his Rooms over Rhodes and Smith’s.

J. Hunter does not appear in other photographic directories.

Hicks & Jones

1850                Room on Commercial Row, under the Odd Fellows Hall, Hannibal, Missouri.

Hicks & Jones (George H. Jones) were recorded in an advertisement that appeared on October 10, 1850 in the Western Union (Hannibal, Missouri).  Daguerrean Gallery.  Hicks & Jones, Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Hannibal and vicinity, that they have taken a room on Commercial Row, immediately under the Odd Fellow’s Hall, where they are prepared to execute all kinds of work in the Daguerrean Art in the latest improved style; miniatures set in beautiful shell or morocco cases, also in lockets, breast-pins, finger rings, watch keys, &c., &c.  Being convinced, from past experience, that we can fully satisfy all who may encourage us, public patronage is solicited.  Those wishing miniatures would do well to call soon, as our stay may be short.  Entire satisfaction given, or no charge.

P. S. Instruction given in the Art, and an apparatus furnished on reasonable terms. july 25.

Hicks & Jones (George H. Jones) are not recorded in other photographic directories.