1846-1847 Rooms on Court Street, over A. J. Peck’s Store, Watertown, New York. 1847 Rooms at the Pulaski House, Pulaski, New York.
Peter McNaught was recorded in one announcement and four advertisements. The announcement appeared on September 30, 1846 in the Northern State Journal (Watertown, New York). Mr. McNaught has shown us several splendid Daguerreotype Likenesses. They are remarkably distinct, and the coloring he gives them adds materially to their appearance. He may be found at his room over A. J. Peck’s Store.
The first advertisement appeared on September 30, 1846 in the Northern State Journal (Watertown, New York). Daguerreotype Miniatures.—The subscriber has located himself in the room over A. J. Peck’s store, where he is ready to take Miniature Likenesses, in a style so much like the original that it will be difficult to determine which is really the original. Call and examine them. P. McNaught. Watertown, Sept 22, 1846.
The second advertisement ran from October 21 to December 9, 1846 in the Northern State Journal (Watertown, New York). Daguerreotypes.—The subscriber would respectfully invite the citizens of Watertown and vicinity to call and examine his specimens. Rooms over A. J. Peck & Co.’s Store, on Court street. P. McNaught. Watertown, Oct. 12, 1846.
The third advertisement ran from June 2 to October 6, 1847 in the Northern State Journal. (Watertown, New York.) A Card.—The subscriber Takes This method of tendering his thanks to the citizens of this vicinity, for their very liberal patronage, for which reason he has permanently established his rooms a Daguerreotype Gallery in this village, and has secured the services of Mr. Westcott, who will be happy to receive calls, and will furnish Likenesses no inferior to former specimens. Any confidence reposed in Mr. W.’s skill I trust will not be misplaced. Rooms over A. J. Peck’s store, Court st. Peter McNaught. Watertown, May 25, 1847.
The fourth advertisement appeared on September 29, 1847 in the Richland Courier (Pulaski, New York). Daguerreotype Likenesses. The Subscriber having taken rooms at the Pulaski House, kept by J. A. Mathewson, in this village, is Prepared to wait on all who may desire a likeness of themselves or their friends. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens. P. McNaught.
Peter McNaught is not recorded in other photographic directories.