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L. W. Giles

1848                Address Unknown, Cooperstown, New York.

L. W. Giles was recorded in an a advertisement that ran from July 1 to August 19, 1848 in The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York). Ladies and Gentlemen. L. W. Giles returns his sincere thanks to the inhabitants of Cooperstown and vicinity, for the liberal patronage they have heretofore bestowed upon him, and informs them that he will soon return from New York, where he is directing his personal attention with the most eminent Artists to the best mode of executing Photographic Miniatures, and with these efforts, combined with procuring the latest improved apparatus, &c., and his former knowledge of the art, he hopes to give such satisfaction in disclosing the beauty of the Daguerreotype as will render him, on the score of merit, preeminent over all competition.

L. W. Giles is not recorded in other photographic directories.