1858 Rooms on Bellevue Street, between Main and Court Streets, Opelousas, Louisiana.
William McBeath was recorded in two advertisements in The Opelousas Courier (Opelousas, Louisiana). The first advertisement ran from February 27 to March 20, 1858. Something New Beautiful Pictures. Such as the Ambrotype, Melainatype, Stereotype and Ambrograph Pictures, taken on the most reasonable terms. Miniatures inserted in Lockets, Pins, Rings, &c., in beautiful style.
All persons wishing good life-like pictures of themselves or friends, are invited to call and examine specimens and judge for themselves. Entire satisfaction given or no charge. Rooms on Bellevue street, between Main and Court Streets. Wm. McBeath.
The second advertisement was recorded on June 19, 1858. Attention! Ambrotypes! I have just received, direct from New Orleans, a fresh supply of Cases, Chemicals, &c., and am now prepared to take miniatures on the most reasonable terms, viz: from $1.00 to $10.00.
I will also fill Lockets, Pins, Rings, &c., in the most beautiful style and manner, my terms are cheaper than any other Artist in the Parish, by at least 50 per cent. Now is the time to insure good pictures, as I intend to abandon the profession on the 24th instant.
N. B.—I will sell my entire stock to any one who may wish to embark in this elegant Art, and give full instructions in it, on the most reasonable terms. William McBeath.
William McBeath is not recorded in other photographic directories.