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P. Maxwell

1852-1853       Rooms in Buckland’s Block, Social Hall, Fremont, Ohio.

P. Maxwell was recorded in two advertisements in the Fremont Weekly Freeman (Fremont, Ohio).The first advertisement ran from October 9 to December 30, 1852.  Daguerreotypes!  P. Maxwell would respectfully announced to the citizens of Fremont and vicinity that he is now prepared to take Daguerreotype Miniatures, inferior to none, he therefore invites all who wish anything in his line to give him a call, as he feels assured that he can give satisfaction.  Also:  Those wishing Cutting done will find it to their advantage to give him a call.  Rooms in Buckland’s Block, Social Hall.

The second advertisement ran from January 27 to April 16, 1853.  Daguerreotypes!  P. Maxwell would respectfully announced to the citizens of Fremont and vicinity that he is now prepared to take Daguerreotype Miniatures, inferior to none, he therefore invites all who wish anything in his line to give him a call, as he feels assured that he can give satisfaction.  Also:  Those wishing Cutting done will find it to their advantage to give him a call.  Rooms in Buckland’s Block, Social Hall.

P. Maxwell is not recorded in other photographic directories.  Maxwell is possibly the Maxwell in the firm of Maxwell & Higgins who was active in Fremont in 1851.

Maxwell & Higgins

1851                Rooms in Caldwell Building, Fremont, Ohio.

Maxwell & Higgins were recorded in one announcement and one advertisement in the Fremont Weekly Freeman (Fremont, Ohio).  The announcement appeared on May 31, 1851.  Paragraphs for all to read.  Maxwell & Higgins have opened a Daguerrean Gallery in the Caldwell building.  An excellent opportunity to obtain first rate likenesses.  See their advertisement in another column of the Freeman.

The advertisement ran from May 31 to August 2, 1851. Daguerreotypes!  Maxwell & Higgins Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Fremont and vicinity, that they are prepared to take Daguerrean Likenesses in all kinds of weather, and in a manner which cannot be surpassed by any.

Their apparatus new and of the best quality, Large size Camera which has been tested by one of the best operators in Cleveland.  Mr. Maxwell who will be the principal operator, has given his attention to the art for some time past and took lessons and operated with Mr. T. L. Kennan, also received additional instructions of Johnson & Fellows the most experienced and successful artists of Cleveland.  And has made arrangements so that he will receive immediately all improvements or new discoveries in the Art.

Rooms in the Caldwell Building a few doors south of Mr. Zieglers new store.

Maxwell & Higgins are not recorded in other photographic directories.  Maxwell is possibly P. Maxwell who was active in Fremont from 1852 to 1853.