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J. K. Pierce, Jr.

1853                Rooms entrances No. 39 Royal and 50 Dauphin Street, Columbus, Mississippi.

J. K. Pierce, Jr. is recorded in one announcement and one advertisement in the Columbus Democrat (Columbus, Mississippi).  The announcement ran on January 22, 1853.  See New advertisements…Those who have occasion for likenesses will of course give our young friend and quondam townsman, J. R. Pierce, Jr., a call.

The advertisement ran from January 22 to February 5, 1853.  Daguerrean Gallery.  J. K. Pierce, Jr., with pleasure informs his friends and the public that he has opened Daguerrean Rooms, entrances No. 39 Royal and No. 50 Dauphin street, where, with much care, he has constructed a Sky-Light on the most scientific principles, with the aid of which he will be enabled to take Likenesses which cannot be excelled by any in the country.  He has also fitted up several Rooms for the comfort and accommodation of his patrons, one of which will be especially for the convenience of the ladies as a Dressing Room.

He hopes by his attention and the superiority of his Pictures, to merit the patronage of the public.

J. K. Pierce, Jr. is not listed in other photographic directories.