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Henry Conant

1848                15 Fourth Story, Central Exchange, Worcester, Massachusetts.                      1850                Address Unknown, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Henry Conant was recorded in an advertisement the ran from January 27 to April 6, 1848 in The Massachusetts Cataract and Temperance Standard (Worcester & Boston, Massachusetts).    H. Conant’s Daguerreotype Rooms, No. 15 Fourth Story, Central Exchange.

The attention of the public is invited to the excellent tone and beauty of the Pictures taken at this place—the perfect delineation of the features and drapery—the expression of the countenance, and the life-like appearance which they exhibit.

Miniatures put up in silk-lined case for $1.  Other prices according to richness or size of case, or number of pictures on a plate.

Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens before engaging elsewhere, as they will be waited upon with pleasure whether they contemplate sitting for a Miniature or not.

Henry Conant was not recorded in A Directory of Massachusetts Photographers 1839-1900.  He was recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry in 1850 without a business address.