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Tripp & Sprague

1858                159 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island.

Tripp & Sprague (Francis H. Tripp & Barton Sprague) were appeared in one advertisement on  August 7, 1858 in General Advertiser (Providence, Rhode Island).  Photographs, At Greatly Reduced Prices, At Tripp & Sprague’s Gallery No. 159 Westminster street.  We are now prepared to furnish Photographs equal to any made in this city, and at much lower prices than ever before offered to the public.  Having secured the services of an experienced Artist, we are also prepared to color and finish them to order, either in Oil or Water Colors.

N. B.—Large Size Photographs made from Daguerreotypes or other Small Pictures, at very low prices and in a manner not to be excelled.  We still continue to make Ambrotypes at much lower prices than ever before offered in this city.  All persons in want of first class likenesses, will do well to give us a call.  F. H. Tripp, B. Sprague.  jy3.

Tripp & Sprague are not recorded in other photographic directories as being in a partnership.  Both Francis H. Tripp and Barton Sprague our listed in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry.