1846 Room in the Western Exchange Hotel, Carrollton, Ohio.
Hoegl & Stacy were recorded in an advertisement that ran from October 2 to 9, 1846 in The Carroll Free Press (Carrollton, Ohio). Photographic Miniatures. Messrs. Hoegl & Stacy Would respectfully say to the citizens of Carrollton, that they propose remaining with them a few days, and have taken a room in the Western Exchange Hotel, Where they are prepared to take Daguerreotype likenesses, single or in groups, put up in cases in the latest and most beautiful style, either with or without colors. None but those who have lost companions or friends can appreciate those most valuable keep sakes.
Ladies and gentlemen are invited to call and examine specimens, and after sitting for a likeness, if not suited, they are not compelled to take it. Children that are old enough to sit still from 20 to 40 seconds, can theirs taken equally as well as older persons. Aged persons and invalids waited upon at their private dwellings. Instructions given in every branch of the art, on the most reasonable terms. Room open from 9 o’clock, A. M. to 5 P. M. October 2, 1846.
Hoegl & Stacy are not recorded in other photographic directories. Listed in Ohio Photographers, 1839-1900, Josiah Stacy is recorded in Cleveland in 1846-1847 but it is unknown if they are the same person.