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William J. Hazlip

1852-1853       Rooms in Temperance Hall, Woodville, Mississippi.

William J. Hazlip was recorded in two announcements and one advertisement in The Woodville Republican.  The first announcement appeared on November 30, 1852.  We would inform our country friends that Mr. Wm. Hazlip has opened his Daguerreotype gallery at the Hall of the Sons of Temperance.  Call and see him.

The second announcement appeared on December 7, 1852.  We would again remind the public that they have now a rare opportunity to procure elegant daguerreotype likenesses.  Mr. Hazlip can be found at the temperance hall, prepared to take the most exquisite likenesses.

The advertisement ran from December 14, 1852 to February 1, 1853.  Daguerreotypes.  W. J. Hazlip, takes pleasure in announcing to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Woodville and Vicinity, that he has opened a Daguerreotype Gallery, in the Temperance Hall, where he has every facility for executing in the most superb style of the art, Daguerreotype likenesses, of all reasonable sizes.  And having a superior instrument; a complete assortment of every variety of case, and working after all of the late improvements in the art, cannot fail to give satisfaction without which no.

Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to visit his room and xamine late specimens.

William J. Hazlip is not recorded in other photographic directories.