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L. D Campbell

N. D.-1858      3d Street, Burlington, Iowa.

1858                Jefferson Street, Between Third and Fourth, Burlington, Iowa.

L. D Campbell was recorded in two advertisements. The first appeared on April 27, 1858 in the Hawk-Eye and Iowa Patriot (Burlington, Iowa). Campbell’s New Photographic Gallery.  Having removed from 3d Street, Campbell has opened a Picture Gallery on the 2d floor of Ripley’s Building, opposite Corse’s Book Store, Jefferson st., where he has every facility for taking first class Likenesses, including all the various styles of Collodeon Pictures, from the smallest miniature to half size.

Campbell’s new Premium Process of Natural Coloring, practiced at his Rooms only, far excels the old method.

Parents wishing Pictures of their children should call at Campbell’s Rooms, as he never fails to procure accurate and highly [finished] Likenesses.

Remember you will have to ascend only one flight of stairs.  All Pictures warranted.  [apr 20.

The second advertisement was recorded on July 14, and August 25, 1858 in the Iowa Territorial Gazette and Burlington Advertiser (Burlington, Iowa).  Burlington Picture Gallery.  Jefferson Street, between Third and Fourth, over Criswell & Hillhouse’s store.  The subscriber having purchased the stock and fixtures of the above rooms, formerly occupied by A. G. Gaige has the pleasure of announcing to the public, that having refitted the rooms, he is prepared to execute pictures in all kinds of weather, in the finest style of the art; and would solicit attention to his large and splendid assortment of Ambrotypes, Photographs, Melainotypes, Crayon Portraits.  Also Leather pictures for sending by mail.

Great car taken in setting pictures in Lockets, Pins, Rings, &c.

Hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.  L. D. Campbell.  june 27.

L. D. Campbell is recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Burlington, Iowa in 1859.