1859 200 Superior, South Side, Cleveland, Ohio.
Two entries today, Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Cane, they are probably the same person. Mrs. Cain is recorded in an advertisement that ran on May 23 to 31, 1859 in the Cleveland Morning Leader (Cleveland, Ohio.) Ambrotypes And Photographs.—Mrs. Cain has her picture gallery at her old stand, No. 200 Superior street (South Side). First class pictures taken on reasonable terms, and warranted to suit. my18.
1858 106 Superior Street, South Side, Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Cane was recorded in an advertisement that ran from July 24 to October, 20, 1858 in the Cleveland Morning Leader (Cleveland, Ohio.) Mrs. Cane, Ambrotype and Melaneotype Artist, No. 106 Superior St., South Side.) Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Cain or Cane does not appear in John Craig’s Daguerreian Registry or in Diane VanSkiver Gagel’s Ohio Photographers 1839-1900. In addition information from the Cleveland City Directories for the late 1850’s cannot verify the correct spelling of her last name or provide a first name. The Cleveland Morning Leader that I have access to starts on June 1, 1858 (Vol. 12, Issue No. 131) and for the most part is a complete run through December 31, 1859.