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Mr. Russell

1851                Address Unknown, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania.

Mr. Russell was recorded in one announcement in The Mountain Sentinel (Ebensburg, Pennsylvania) on August 21, 1853.  Mr. Russell, the Daguerreotypist, has done more than the Mexicans could do.  He has taken the “Cambria Guards,” not by surprise, but with their eyes open, in broad daylight—a daguerreotype of the whole company.  He took on the street opposite to Mr. C. Litzinger’s house, and a glance at the picture shows you all the officers and men, the “ear piercing fife” in the fifer’s hand, the “spirit stirring drum,” the house, with tree in front, and several bystanders, and is quite an excellent daguerreotype.  Mr. Russell is still here ready and willing to take the likenesses of those who may call upon him.

Mr. Russell is not listed in other photographic directories.

Mr. Russell

1844                Rooms over the Northern Bank, Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Mr. Russell was recorded in one announcement in The Guard (Holly Springs, Mississippi) on June 12, 1844.  “Photographic Miniatures.”—All those who desire their likenesses taken, would do well to call on Mr. Russell, who is now on a visit to our town, he can be found at the Rooms over the Northern Bank.  His likenesses, if they do not speak for themselves, they at least look well.

Mr. Russell is not listed in other photographic directories.