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J. G. Harroun

1853-1854       26 Camp Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.

J. G. Harroun was recorded in three advertisements and two announcements.  The first advertisement ran from November 1, 1852 to February 13, 1854 in the New Orleans Daily Crescent (New Orleans, Louisiana).  Sky-Light Daguerrean Saloon, No. 26 Camp street, New Orleans.—The undersigned having opened their Saloon at 26 Camp street, are prepared to execute Likenesses in every variety and style to suit their patrons.

The Ladies and Gentlemen of New Orleans, and strangers visiting the city, are requested to call and examine their specimens before procuring Likenesses elsewhere.  Perfect satisfaction given to all.  J. G. Harroun & Co.  n1.

The second advertisement ran from November 2 to December 3, 1853 in the Times Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana). J. G. Harroun & Co.’s Sky Light Daguerrean Saloon, No. 26 Camp street, corner Camp and Common.

Our Saloon has been fitted up in a superior style, and we are prepared to give Likenesses equal if not superior to any artist in the city.  Our motto is, “To give good Pictures or none.”  We invite all citizens and strangers to call, and think we can give satisfaction to each and every one. J. G. Harroun & Co.

The first announcement appeared on November 3, 1853 in the Times Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana).  Photography.—J. G. Harroun & Co., have fitted up their daguerreotype saloon at the corner of camp and common street, in superior style, and engage to give likenesses equal, if not superior, to those taken by any artist in the city.  Citizens and strangers are invited to call.  See their advertisement.

The second announcement appeared on February 14, 1854 in the New Orleans Daily Crescent  (New Orleans, Louisiana).  Daguerreotypes.—Some of the best daguerreotypes obtainable in this city can be found at the saloon of J. G. Harroun & Co., 26 Camp street.  The likenesses taken by them are very accurate and do not fade.

The third advertisement ran from February 14 to May 11, 1854 in the New Orleans Daily Crescent (New Orleans, Louisiana).  Sky-Light Daguerrean Saloon, No. 26 Camp street, New Orleans.—The undersigned having opened their Saloon at 26 Camp street, are prepared to execute Likenesses in every variety and style to suit their patrons.

The Ladies and Gentlemen of New Orleans, and strangers visiting the city, are requested to call and examine their specimens before procuring Likenesses elsewhere.  Perfect satisfaction given to all.  J. G. Harroun & Co.  feb14.

J. G. Harroun is not recorded in other photographic directories.