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Uline & Miller

1841                130 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. 

Uline & Miller were recorded in one announcement and one advertisement in the Oneida Whig  (Utica, New York).  The announcement ran on November 30, 1841.  Daguerreotypes.—Messrs. Uline & Miller have set up their apparatus in “Kirkland’s Building” for the purpose of taking likenesses by the Daguerreotype process.  We have seen some specimens of their art which are very fine, and in the shading of the drapery, superior to any that we have previously examined.  See advertisement.

The advertisement ran from November 30 to December 28, 1841.  Photographic Miniatures, Drawn by the Daguerreotype Process.  Messrs. Uline & Miller would respectfully inform the citizens of Utica, that their apparatus is now in readiness for taking Likenesses, at No. 130 Genesee street, (3d story) near the canal bridge, where they will take pleasure in waiting upon such as desire a cast of their art, and pledge themselves that that the Portraits taken by them shall be superior to any yet exhibited to the public.

Instruction given and apparatus furnished as above.  Uline & Miller are not recorded in other photographic directories.