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W. H. Hall

1848                Rooms on Bridge Street, Plattsburgh, New York.

W. H Hall was recorded in an advertisement that ran from April 1 to May 13, 1848 in the Plattsburgh Republican (Plattsburgh, New York).  Daguerreotype Miniatures.  W. H. Hall Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Plattsburgh and vicinity, that he will remain in town until the opening of navigation, and will continue taking Daguerreotype Miniatures as usual, but cheaper than ever.  Persons wishing a number of likenesses, of themselves or friends, will do well to avail themselves of the earliest opportunity.

All pictures warranted to be as correct and as good as can be had in any city, and as cheap, or they need not be taken.

Rooms, third door east of M. K. Platt & Co.’s., 2d floor, Bridge street.

W. H. Hall is not recorded in Plattsburgh, New York in other photographic directories. Craig’s Daguerreian Registry list an W. H. Hall in Clinton City, New York in 1850. Also William H. Hall is recorded in 1849 in Malone, New York, but no proof has been found that they are the same person.