Photo Galleries, Studios, Retail Establishments-Exteriors

3698.

Chatham Square looking up the Bowery. Pendleton’s Photo Gallery at center.

11408.

Banner for Anthony’s Stereoscopic Emporium hanging across Broadway in front of Anthony’s 308 Broadway store. This view has no Anthony negative number. The assigned number is not an actual Anthony negative number.

12296.

Broadway Above Park Place. This is actually 60 Nassau Street near John Street, not Broadway. Geo. W. Thorne’s store selling Photographs, albums, etc.

12458.

Brooklyn Court House and City Hall in background. Circa 1864. Shows the Photograph Gallery of Charles A. Rawson, 255 & 257 Fulton St. in Brooklyn since 1859. Later moved to 326 Fulton. Also shows Douglass Photo Studio at 330 Fulton St. Corner of Washington St. in 1863.

40000.

Exterior of Photo Studio with images displayed. Probably the studio of the photographer Harry T. Slaughenhaupt, York Springs, Pa. There are 6 men and 2 kids outside.

40011.

Georgetown S.C. Views. 11. Picture Town.

40014.

California. No. 53. Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Vance’s Premium Daguerreian Gallery.

40015.

101. The Photographic and Optical Instrument Establishment of the Publishers, 317 and 319 Montgomery St.

40016.

101. The Photographic and Optical Instrument Establishment of the Publishers.

40017.

Yosemite Falls. J.J. Reilly’s Stereoscopic View Manufactory & Groups Taken.

40018.

No. 78. Ute Indians. 1873. They are posed in front of Gurnsey’s Studio.

40020.

Gallery, Pt. Lookout. Photograph Gallery of Royan M. Linn.

40021.

View of Gallery Pt. Lookout, Lookout Mountain. Photograph Gallery of Royan M. Linn.

40022.

Umbrella Rock on Point.  Royan M. Linn at right; photo shack at left; shadow of photographer in foreground.

40026.

Moccasin Point. Linn’s Gallery at left. See The Blue and Gray in Black and White by Bob Zeller, page 176.

40029.

372. Instantaneous View, Wire Walking from Bowman’s Gallery to Court House.

40030.

Bowman’s Photographic Gallery.

40031.

Bowman’s Photographic Gallery.

40073.

127. Souvenir Bazaar. (C.O. Bickelmann’s.)

40074.

M. Costello Tonsorial Artist. Black family in doorway. Stereoview display at right. The barber is Marcellus Costello, a longtime hairdresser in New Bedford, Mass. Mr. Costello was black and he may be the older gentleman in the view. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in the Navy.

40076.

Shute’s Gallery, Candor, NY. Sept. 1876. John C. French in doorway.

40077.

Photo studio exterior.

40079.

37. Larrabee’s Photo Gallery, Fortress Monroe, Va.

40080.

674. Rural Photograph Gallery on the Hudson. Pell’s Photo Gallery.

40081.

E.L. Crawford’s Photograph Gallery, Georgetown, California.

40084.

Willard’s Store, Orford, N.H. “Photographing” sign on top floor.

40085.

Devlin & Co. Clothing for Men, Ready Made, or, made to [order], Broadway, Cor. 12th St. Sign for P.C. Duchochois, Portraits. Peter C. Duchochois was the author of the book “The Lighting in Photographic Studios published in NY in 1893.

40087.

Views of New Orleans. No. 418. Camp Street, Beginning at Canal, Showing the City Hotel on the left, two buildings from the corner of Canal Street. B. & G. Moses’ Photographic Gallery at right.

40093.

Sam Cooley’s Photograph Gallery, Beaufort, S.C. Written on verso “My father’s in picture on corner.”

40094.

Cooley’s House, Beaufort. Photographic Gallery.

40103.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40104.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40105.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40106.

Art in ’60–Your Likeness & A Shave, 6d.

40115.

Traveling photo studio of E.B. Squier, Syracuse, NY.

40133.

Northern Visitors on streets in Jacksonville, Fla. W.C. Echard’s Photo Gallery. Information supplied by Randy Atkins: “This view was taken at 17-1/2 West Bay Street. Attached is an 1876 ad for W.C. Echard’s gallery. After the Civil War, Echard came to the South from Virginia and worked as an itinerant tent photographer. Over the years he built his business and established several photography parlors, primarily in Mississippi and Alabama.

An interesting tidbit: Right next door you can make out part out the signage, “O.L. KE”, which was the location of Otis L. Keene’s dry goods store (17 West Bay Street). O.L. Keene was a longtime resident of Jacksonville. He was also a Unionist who fled the South during the Civil War. His diary recorded during that time is historically significant and easily available online. After the war, he returned to Jacksonville and figured prominently in local politics, as well as being a successful merchant when this picture was made. It would be very interesting to know if Mr. Keene was one of those posing in the group.”

40134.

Corner Wellington & Princess Sts., Kingston, Canada. Henderson’s Photograph Gallery.

40135.

252. Native Selling Lightwood–Eastern Carolina. Rufus Morgan’s studio on background.

40136.

Mitchell & Fletcher’s Store, 1204 Chestnut. O.H. Willard’s Galleries of Photography next door.

40155.

Photographer’s Tent. Written on verso “1870, Dubuque, Ia. Traveling to Eau Claire, Wis & St. Paul, Minn.

40156.

Photo Gallery of Aylsworth & Loomis, Rocky Point, R.I.

40157.

No. 750. Firemen’s Procession, 4th March. Moses’ Photographic Art Gallery at left.

40158.

No. 359. Carnival Season: Canal Street. S.T. Blessing Photographic Goods sign on building.

40159.

No. 359. Carnival Season: Canal Street. S.T. Blessing Photographic Goods sign on building.

40160.

No. 56. Clay Statue & Touro Building. Theo. Lilienthal Portrait & Landscape Photographer. Exterior of studio.

40161.

Samo’s Gallery. Photographic Materials. Buffalo, NY.

40162.

Porter’s Model Photograph Gallery and Porter’s Art Gallery, Covington, KY.

40180.

20-The Basaar, Taughannock. Small sign reads “G.F. Gates, Glen Views on Sale Here.”

40181.

Written on verso “Graham, Nashua View, N.H.” Photo studio with displays & skylight. Morrill & Co. Express store and wagon. Cigar store Indian at left.

40186.

T.J. Trapp’s Photograph Gallery, Williamsport, PA.

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