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J. E. Smith

1853                Rooms at the Pierson House, Upper Sandusky, Ohio.

J. E. Smith was recorded in one advertisement that ran from August 11 to 18, 1853 in The Wyandot Pioneer (Upper Sandusky, Ohio).  Smith’s First Premium Daguerreotypes.  J. E. Smith, Would Respectfully inform the citizens of Upper Sandusky and vicinity, that he has taken rooms at the Pierson House, for the purpose of taking Daguerreotype likenesses.—

Citizens and strangers who wish to obtain an accurate, artistic and life-like miniature at a very moderate price, will find it to their interest to call at the above establishment, where entire satisfaction is guaranteed.  Having a very superior light, with instruments of the most powerful kind, and having adopted the system of Daguerreotyping as now practiced by the celebrated Roots, of Philadelphia and New York.  Mr. SD. Flatters himself to be able to offer to the patrons of the art, a style of daguerreotypes either singly or in groups which has never been surpassed.

Room open and operating in all kinds of weather, from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.

Engravings, paintings, and likenesses of deceased persons copied at short notice.

Persons having inferior pictures can have them re-taken at a trifle cost.

Please call and examine specimens, whether you want a daguerreotype or not.  J. E. Smith, Artist.                 

J. E. Smith is not recorded in other photographic directories.