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Henry Rosenstock

1858                720 South Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[1]                                              1858-1859     Rooms in the Exchange Building, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.

Henry Rosenstock was recorded in two advertisements in The Star of the North (Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania).  The first advertisement ran from October 13, 1858 to December 21, 1859.  New Ambrotype Saloon In Bloomsburg.  Henry Rosenstock, of Philadelphia, respectfully informs the citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he has opened in connection with his Barber Saloon, a Daguerreian Gallery, in the rooms lately occupied by C. Stahl as a book bindery, and is prepared to take pictures, which will surpass anything of the kind ever seen in this place.

Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, now is the time to procure one of those imperishable Ambrotypes, and thus secure the features of beloved friends.  Life is uncertain; but Ambrotypes are lasting.

All are invited to call and examine specimens.

The second advertisement ran from November 23 to December 28, 1859.  Henry Rosenstock, Sky-Light Ambrotypist, Rooms in the Third Story of the Exchange Block, (entrance above the Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Pa.

Henry Rosenstock is recorded in other photographic directories.

[1] Craig’s Daguerreian Registry and Directory of Pennsylvania Photographers 1839-1900.  Philadelphia Photographers list Rosenstock as being active in Bloomsburg in the 1860’s.