Tag Archives: Patent Holder

Daniel J. Kellogg

1856-1857       Address Unknown, Rochester, New York.

Daniel J. Kellogg was recorded three times for two photographic patents.  The first patent appeared on October 1, 1856 in the Evening Star (Washington, D. C.).  Patents for the week ending September 30, 1856.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For photographic instrument, No. 15,809.

The same patent announcement appeared on October 7, 1856 in The New York Herald (New York, New York).  New Patents Issued for the week ending September 30, 1856.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For photographic instrument. [No. 15,809.]

The second patent announcement appeared on April 8, 1857 in the Evening Star (Washington, D. C.).   Patents for the week ending April 7, 1857.  Daniel J. Kellogg, of Rochester, N. Y.—For improvement in photographic trays.  No. 16,979.

Daniel J. Kellogg is not recorded in other photographic directories.  He is listed in American Photographic Patents The Daguerreotype & Wet Plate Era 1840-1880.  It is unknown if D. J. Kellogg (posted yesterday) and Daniel J. Kellogg are the same person.

Edward Howell

1857                Address Unknown, Ashtabula, Ohio.

Edward Howell is recorded twice in announcements.  The first announcement appeared in the Evening Star  (Washington, D. C.)  The first dated May 21, 1857.  Patents for the week ending May 19, 1857.  Edward Howell, of Ashtabula, Ohio—For process for removing photographs from glass to paper.  No. 17,330.

The second announcement appeared on September 24, 1857.  Patents for the week ending September 22, 1857. [reissue]  Edward Howell, of Ashtabula, Ohio—For process for removing photographs from glass to paper.  Patented May 19, 1857, No. 17,330.

Edward Howell is not recorded in other photographic directories.