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19th c. American Photographers CDV Cabinet Card Vintage Photography Antique

CDV photographer Charles Lochman Library of Congress  
CDV Photo of Photographer Charles L. Lochman (1818-1900) of Hamburg Pennsylvania, from the Library of Congress

19th c. Photography: A Database of 19th c. Photographers @ Ancestorville. Listed by State with links to their work...CDV, Tintype, Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, Tintypes, Stereoview, RPPC, Cabinet Cards, Dry Mount Photos, Snapshots. Collecting Vintage Photos.

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CALIFORNIA PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Godeus, John D.: John Godeus, photographer and owner of the People's Art Gallery, 34 Third Street, San Francisco, California. See his work here.

Morse GD: G.D. Morse, 417 Montgomery St., San Francisco, California, San Mateo County. (known to be George Daniels Morse, George D. Morse, George Morse) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Shew, Jacob: Jacob Shew's Photographic Gallery, 513 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA. CDV Photo. See his work here

COLORADO PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Wilkins, OE: See Orsell E. Wilkins (1837-1879) below under Wisconsin heading. He later worked in Denver, Colorado, Adams County, Arapahoe County.

CONNECTICUT PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Allderige, FW: FW Allderige, New Britain, Connecticut, Hartford County. (known to be Frederick W. Allderige, Frederick Allderige)  CDV Photo. See his work here.

Betts: Betts, 356 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn, Fairfield County. (known to be Edward C. Betts, Edward Betts) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Bronson, CR: Charles R. Bronson, 407 Main Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Fairfield County. (Charles Bronson) Cabinet Card & CDV Photos. See his work here and here

DeLamater, RS: R.S. De Lamater, Hartford, Connecticut, Hartford County. (known to be Richard Storm DeLamater 1833-1915, aka Richard S. DeLamater, Richard DeLamater) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Montignani: Montignani, Artist, 304 Main St. Bridgeport, Connecticut, Fairfield County (Frank M. Montignani & Vincent Montignani) Cabinet Card Photo. See Frank Montignani 's work here.

Prescott & Gage: Prescott & Gage, 368 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut CT, Hartford County. (known to be Daniel K. Prescott and Edwin P. Gage, who worked from 1861-1865 in Hartford) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Ramsdell: Ramsdell's Ferrotype & Photograph Gallery, 297 Chapel St. New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven County. (known to be Daniel P. Ramsdell, Daniel Ramsdell) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Rodgers: Rodgers, 471 Main St., Hartford, Connecticut, Litchfield County. (known to be Hart J. Rodgers, Hart Rodgers) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Thompson, L: L. Thompson, 12 Shetucket Street, Norwich, Connecticut, New London County. (known to be Lucius Thompson) CDV Photos. See his work here and here.

Waite, SH: S.H. Waite, Hartford CT, Hartford County, Connecticut (known to be Stephen H. Waite, Stephen Waite) CDV Photo. See his work here, here,  here and here.

White, GH: Geo. H. White, Danbury CT, Fairfield County. (George H. White, George White) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Wilson: Wilson & Co, 823 Chapel St, New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven County. (known to be William Wilson & David Wilson) Cabinet Card Photograph. See their work here.

DELAWARE PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Garrett: M & W Garrett, 720 Market St., Wilmington, Delaware, New Castle County. (known to be brothers Maurice & Warren Garrett who ran the studio from 1870-1888. They were the sons of Ellwood or Elwood Garrett (1815-1910), who was a daguerreian, daguerreotype artist. He also ran the studio E & M Garrett with his oldest son Maurice Garrett from 1858-1870. After this date, Maurice and his brother Warren, changed the name of the establishment to M & W Garrett Studio. (Note: Maurice is also seen listed as Morris Garrett in the 1892 City Directory) CDV Photo, see their work here.

ILLINOIS PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Battersby, J: J. Battersby, 62 North Clark St. Chicago, Illinois, Cook County. (known to be Joseph Battersby) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Buser, SL: S.L. Buser, Warren, Illinois, Jo Daviess County, Illinois. (known to be Samuel Lloyd Buser of the famous Buser family of photographers) CDV Photo, see his work here.

Butler, TH: T.H. Butler, Over Smith, Hammer & Co's Bank, Decatur, Illinois, Macon County. (known to be Thomas H. Butler, Thomas Butler) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Dippe, Henry: Henry Dippe, 695 West Lake Street, Chicago, IL, Cook County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Fassett, SM: S.M. Fassett, 114 South Clark St, Chicago, Illinois, Cook County. (Samuel M. Fassett, Samuel Fassett) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Gard, ER: E.R. Gard, 102 Lake St, Chicago, Illinois (Emery R. Gard, Emery Gard) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Gayford: Rock Island, Illinois, Rock Island County. (known to be Alfred B. Gayford, Alfred Gayford) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Greene, JN: J.N. Greene, Cor. State & North Streets., Geneseo, Illinois, Henry County (known to be Joseph N. Greene, Joseph Greene) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Hall, ES: E.S. Hall, Corner of Market Street and Penn Street, Hoopeston, Vermilion County IL. (Known to be Ervin Storer Hall, Ervin S. Hall, Ervin Hall, ) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Hover: J.V. Hover, artists, over New York Store, Pana, Illinois, Brown County. (known to be James V. Hover, a photographer and Sergeant in Company E 5th Illinois Infantry Volunteers during the Civil War) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Immke, HW: H.W, Immke, Princeton, Illinois, Bureau County. (Henry W. Immke, Henry Immke) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Merchant's: Merchant's Portrait Company in Chicago, Illinois, Cook County. CDV Photo. See their work here.

Merker, FB: F.B. Merker, Belleville, Illinois, Saint Clair County. (known to be Frederick B. Merker, Frederick Merker) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Mosher, CD: C.D. Mosher at the National Historic Photographer Art Gallery, 125 State Street, Chicago (C.D. Mosher was awarded artistic excellence award in Art Photography at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial in Philadelphia), Cook, Lake, Dupage County. (known to be Charles D. Mosher, Charles Mosher)  Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here and here.

Nye, WA: W.A. Nye, 2228 Indiana Ave, Chicago, Illinois. (known to be Willis A. Nye, Willis Nye) CDV Photo. See his work here

Roe, AJ: A.J. Roe, 47 Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL, Cook County. (known to be Alfred J. Roe, Alfred Roe) CDV Photo. See his work here.

INDIANA PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Adams & Davies: Adams and Davies, Indianapolis, IN, Marion and Hamilton County. (Edward Adams, David Oliver Adams (David O. Adams, David Adams) and John Davies are listed as photographers in the Indiana 1870 Census) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Biel, HT: H.T. Biel, Terre Haute, Indiana, Vigo County. (known to be Henry T. Biel, Henry Biel) Note: Photographer Henry T. Biel was born in 1855 to Prussian immigrants (Prussia, Germany). He married Francinea E. Fundy (Francenea Fundy, Francina Fundy) in 1879 in Vigo County, Indiana. He died in 1929 in Redlands, San Bernadino County, California. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Cornell, HR: H.R. Cornell, Ligonier, Indiana, Noble County. (Henry R. Cornell, Henry Cornell) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Garrison, EE: E.E. Garrison, Avilla, Indiana, Noble County. Do you know the full name of this photographer? We would love to know, cannot be found in any census or directory records. Cabinet Card Photograph. See his/her work here.

Holland: Holland, Elkhart, Indiana, Elkhart County. (known to be Orr E. Holland, Orr Holland) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Judkins, LD: L.D. Judkins, 16 1/2 East Washington St. Indianapolis, Indiana, Marion County. (known to be Lorenzo D. Judkins, Lorenzo Judkins) CDV photo. See his work here.

Wilson, JA: J.A. Wilson, No. 42 State Street, New Albany, Indiana, Floyd County (known to be James A. Wilson, James Wilson) CDV Photo. See his work here.

IOWA PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Bilbrough, JE: J.E. Bilbrough, John E. Bilbrough (1838-1962) John Bilbrough. He was born in Burnaston, England in 1838, moved to US in 1862, during the Civil War, and died in Kansas City, KS in 1921) Dubuque Iowa, Dubuque County. CDV Photo. See his work here and here.

Bittenbender, LC: L.C. Bittenbender, Knoxville IA, Marion County. (Known to be Levi C. Bittenbender, Levi Bittenbender) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Cross, DH: D.H. Cross, 210 Sixth St., Des Moines, Iowa, Des Moines County. (Known to be Daniel H. Cross, Daniel Cross) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Eberhart & Cook: Eberhart & Cook Photo Artists, Mt. Vernon & Clarence Iowa. (known to be Manoah Henry Eberhart (1831-1910) and possibly Newton Gaston Cook, born 1845) CDV Photo. See his work here

Farrington, Elizabeth: (aka Libbie Prevey Farrington, Libbie Farrington, Libby Farrington 1847-1940) She was the wife of Theo Farrington below, and worked with him in Ortonville, Minnesota and MacGregor, Iowa. See below.

Farrington, Theo: Theodore Farrington, Theo Farrington, McGregor, Iowa, Clayton County. Also known to have worked in Ortonville, Minnesota, Big Stone County, where he is buried. Theo Farrington (1844-1920) and his wife Elizabeth Farrington (Libbie Prevey Farrington 1847-1940) were both Photographers. They are both buried in Ortonville, MN. Cabinet Card Photo. See his Iowa work here

Gurnsey, BH: B.H. Gurnsey, Sioux City Iowa, Woodbury County. (known to be Photographer Byron H. Gurnsey, Byron Gurnsey, who worked in Sioux City, Iowa from 1863-73. He was also a partner to Bill Illingworth in the 1860's, and a Civil war soldier: Company C, Iowa 14th Infantry) CDV photo. See his work here.

Hassall, G: Hassall, Third & Main Streets, Keokuk, Iowa, Lee County. (Brothers-in-law, Herman Anschutz and George HassallCabinet Card Photo. See work here

Huffman, Late: Late Huffman, Lawler Street, Postville, Iowa, Allamakee County. (known to be well known Iowa and western territories photographer Laton Alton Huffman, Laton Huffman, Laton A. Huffman 1854-1931) CDV Photo. See his work here.

McMahon, B.: McMahon's Star Gallery, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Henry County. (Known to be Bernard "Barney" McMahon, Barney McMahon, Bernard McMahon, B. McMahon) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Monfort & Hill: Monfort & Hill's New Art Gallery, 27 & 29 Third Street, Burlington, Iowa, Des Moines County. (Known to be Alfred W. Monfort & George Hill) CDV Photo. See their Iowa work here. (Alfred Monfort)

Parry, CW: C.W. Parry, Bayard, Iowa, Guthrie County. (known to be photographer Charles W. Parry, Charles Parry) Cabinet Photo. See his work here.

Reynolds, JH: J.H. Reynolds, 35 Jefferson St., Burlington, Iowa, Des Moines County. James H. Reynolds Gallery in Burlington was started in 1872. According to public census records, he was born in New York, Warren County, 1842. During the Civil war, he studied photography in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and in 1863 he enlisted in the 8th Wisconsin, Co. H. He returned to Burlington in 1873 from working in NYC as a photographer after the war. CDV photo. See his work here. (James Reynolds)

Swartz, A: A. Swartz, Stuart, Iowa, Guthrie County. (known to be Adam Swartz) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Swem, Edward: Cottage Gallery, 71 South Second Street. Cedar Rapids Iowa. This gallery was owned by photographer Edward Lawrence Swem (Edward L. Swem, Edward Swem, Edward Lawrence Swem) CDV Photo, see his work here.

Walter's: Walter's Photographic Studio, Manchester, Iowa, Delaware County. (known to be Harvey L. Walter, Harvey Walter, Harvey Limes Walter) BIO: Harvey L. Walter or Harvey Limes Walter: “The History of Delaware County, Iowa” (1878): Born in Ohio in 1833 to Gaudin Walter. (His parents were born in either North or South Carolina. He is also listed in census as born in Washington County, NY) He moved “west” from Ohio in 1853 to St. Paul, Minnesota, where he enlisted as 1st lieutenant in the 9th Regiment and was mustered out as captain of Co. I, 9th Regiment in the Civil War. In 1864 he married Mary Aurelia Fuller Lake (daughter of Jerusha Fuller & James Fuller, born in Washington County NY, she was once wife of Joseph Lake and had 3 children with him) In 1871 they moved to Manchester, Iowa. He was early partners in an 1871 photography firm called "Walter & Weidman", on Franklin Street above the Ford Brothers Store. He then went on his own. He and Mary had two children, Harry L. Walter (Harry Walter) and Mrs. Coral M. Baker (Coral Walter, wife of Phillip H. Baker) both of Jonesboro. He died in 1916 in Jonesboro, Union County Illinois. CDV Photos. See his work here and here.

Wiggins, ST: S.T. Wiggins, 17 South Commercial St. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Linn County. (Known to be Silas Truman Wiggins, Silas T. Wiggins, Silas Wiggins originally of Waldo, Maine) CDV Photo. See his work here.

KENTUCKY PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Williams, JW: J.W. Williams, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky (known to be John Wesley Williams, born 1821 Paris, Kentucky and died 1907 in Shelbyville, Kentucky KY, Shelby County) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Wybrant, F: Wybrants, 144 West Market St, Louisville, Kentucky, Jefferson County. (Known to be Frank Wybrant) CDV Photo. See his work here.

MAINE PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Bridge: Bridge, Skowhegan, Somerset County ME (known to be Oliver C. Bridge, Oliver Bridge). CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lamson: Lamson, Portland, Maine, Cumberland County (known to be Joseph Harry Lamson, Joseph H. Lamson, Joseph Lamson) CDV Photo. See his work here.

McKenney AM: A.M. McKenney, 284 Congress Street, Portland, Cumberland County (known to be Albert M. McKenney, Albert McKenney, husband of Louisa J. Greenough) He also worked in Somerset County. See his work here.

Paul, CA: C.A. Paul, Skowhegan, Maine: Cyrus Almon Paul (1852-1911). Cyrus Paul became a well known and loved homeopathic doctor later in his life in Solon, Maine, Somerset County. He was also instrumental in bringing electricity to the town. He was living in Skowhegan, Maie, Somerset County with his aunt and uncle, James Malbon & Hulda Malbon and listed as a "photo artist" by trade, at age 28 in 1880. He documented many local Maine scenes with his work in Stereoview Photography. He partnered with S.S. Vose, (see Sebastian Streeter Vose 1838-1911) and formed a photography studio in Skowhegan called Vose & Paul, known for their CDV Photos, Cabinet Card Photos and Stereoviews. He left Solon for Chicago, Illinois to attend Hahnemann Medical College for homeopathic medicine in the 1880's, graduating in 1889. He returned to Solon in 1890 to practice as a medical doctor and surgeon. He married Nellie Inez Morin in 1891 in Maine. They had three children during their marriage. Dr. Paul conducted a substantial portion of his practice by mail with his patients, as phone servicehad not yet arrived. He died in 1911 in Solon at the age of 59. He was a much loved doctor and important town member there. C.A. Paul was a member of the Keystone Lodge no. 80 in Solon, Maine. (His medical correspondence and records are in the Edward C. Atwater Collection of American Popular Medicine and Health Reform.) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Vose, SS: S.S. Vose, (Sebastian Streeter Vose 1838-1911, Sebastian Vose) Skowhegan, Maine, Vose & Paul (See CA Paul bio above)

Worthley: Worthley, Lewiston Maine, Androscoggin County. Known to be William Emmons Greenleaf Worthley (1836-1901), a Daguerreotypist (1860, Yarmouth, Maine) and studio photographer (1870, Brunswick, Maine & 1880, Lewiston, Maine); His portrait advertising backmarks may also read W.E.G. Worthley. (William E. Worthley, William Worthley) See his work here.

MARYLAND PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Mosher: Mosher's Galleries, 406 W. Baltimore St, Baltimore County, Maryland. (known ot be Calvin S. Mosher, Calvin Mosher) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Mueller Bros: Mueller Bros., No. 160 Broadway, Baltimore, MD, Baltimore County. (known to be Mueller Brothers, George C. Mueller, George Mueller & George J. Reif, George Reif) CDV Photo. See their work here.

MASSACHUSETTS PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Alden AE: A.E. Alden, Springfield, Massachusetts, Hampden County, and also worked in Providence, Rhode Island, in Providence, Bristol County and Saratoga NY. (known to be Augustus Ephraim Alden, Augustus E. Alden or Augustus Alden) Galleries at 3 locations: Main St., Troy NY, Albany or Rensselaer County; on Broadway at Saratoga Springs NY, Saratoga County and on Main Street, Springfield MA. (Also known to have had galleries in Boston and Wakefield MA. CDV Photo. Very prolific. See his work here and here, and here.

Bishop: Bishop, 380 Main Street, Springfield MA, Hampden County (known to be Seymour J. Bishop, Seymour Bishop) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Black, JW: J.W. Black,163 & 173 Washington St. Boston and another gallery at So. Truro St. opposite the Naval Academy, in Newport, Rhode Island, Suffolk, Middlesex, Newport County. (known to be James Wallace Black, James W. Black, James Black) CDV Photo. See his work here and here.

Bordeaux: Bordeaux, 486 Main St., Springfield Massachusetts, Hampden County (known to be David J. Bordeaux, David Bordeaux) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Bucholz, H: H. Buchholz, Springfield, Massachusetts, Hampden County. (known to be Herman Buchholz) Found in Northampton, Massachusetts, Hampshire County. CDV Photo. See his work here and here and here.

Buel's: Buel's Gallery (Buel), Rail Road Street (Railroad Street) Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Berkshire County. (Known to be Oliver Buell or Oliver Buel) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Campbell, W: W. Campbell, 486 Main Street, Springfield MA, (known to be William Campbell) Hampden County. CDV photos, see his work here.

Claflin, CRB: Claflin, 377 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts, Worcester County. (known to be C.R.B. Claflin (1817-1897), Charles Ripley Burnett Claflin) CDV photo. See his work here.

Crane, JD: James D. Crane, James Crane. Photographic Studio of J.D. Crane, No. 63 Dwight St. Holyoke, Massachusetts, Hampden County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Dexter, G: Dexter, Ipswich, Massachusetts, Essex County. (known to be George Dexter) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Dunshee, ES: E.S. Dunshee, 58 Temple Place, Boston, Suffolk County. (known to be succesful photographer Edward Sidney Dunshee, Edward S. Dunshee, Edward Dunshee) He lived in Bristol VT, Fall River MA, Rochester, NY, New Bedford RI, and had a gallery where he sold CDV's at 175 Westminster St., Providence, R.I. Also Boston and Philadelphia at 1330 Chestnut St., 1878-1895, and 4517 Frankford, 1891-1895. He also established another location in Trenton, New Jersey, from Nov. 1894 until about 1901. See his work here and here. Also see his brother Cornelius Dunshee below, under Rhode Island.

Edwards, EL: E.L. Edwards, Warren St. Opposite Woodbine, Roxbury, Massachusetts, Suffolk County. (known to be Edward L. Edwards, Edward Edwards) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Erickson, F: Erickson, 27 1/2 Market Street, Lynn, Massachusetts MA, Essex County. (known to be Frank C. Erickson, Frank Erickson) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Flodin & Thyberg: Flodin & Thyberg, 411 Main St., Worcester, Massachusetts, Worcester County. (known to be Emil Flodin & August Thyberg) Cabinet Card Photo. See a stunning example of their work here.

Gray & Hazelton: Gray & Hazelton, Salem, Massachusetts, Essex County. (known to be Warren A. Gray & Edward S. Hazelton) or (Warren Gray & Edward Hazelton) Cabinet Card Photo. See their work here.

Hamor, AB: A.B. Hamor, 271 Essex St, Lawrence, MA, Essex County. (known to be Anderson B. Hamor, Anderson Hamor) CDV Photo. See his work here and  here.

Horton & Davis: Horton & Davis Photographers, 3 Pond's Block, Greenfield, Massachusetts, Franklin County. (known to be E.C. Horton, Egbert Horton, Egbert C. Horton and his partner at the time, H.J. Davis, Henry J. Davis, or Henry Davis) Note: Egbert Horton was later a photographer in Providence, Rhode Island. See their work here.

Judd: Judd, 42 Front St., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, Hampden County. (known to be Henry Melville Judd, Henry M. Judd, Henry Judd) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Katz, I: Katz, 7 Tremont Row, Boston, Massachusetts, Suffolk and Middlesex County. (known to be photographer Isaac Katz) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Kimball Bros.: Kimball Bros. Artist Photographers, 355 1/2 Main St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Worcester County. (known to be E.C. Kimball & A.W. Kimball, 2 Kimball Brothers) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Knowles, JC: J.C. Knowles, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Bristol County. (known to be Joseph C. Knowles, Joseph Knowles) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Legg, FW: F.W. Legg, Corner Montvale Ave and Main Street, Woburn, Mass, Middlesex County. (Known to be Frank W. Legg, Frank Legg) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Marshall, A: A. Marshall, 147 Tremont St., Boston, MA, Middlesex, Suffolk County (known to be Augustus Marshall) CDV Photo. See his work here and here.

Miller & Willard: See John Willard: JH Willard below.

Moore: Moore, Gill Art Building, Springfield, Massachusetts, Hampden County. (known to be Chauncey Lovell Moore, Chauncey L. Moore, Chauncey Moore) CDV Photo. See his work here

Moore, FJ: F.J. Moore, Exchange Block, Westfield MA, Hampden County. (Known to be Francis J. Moore, Francis Moore working in 1872-72 in Westfield City Directories). CDV Photo. See his work here.

Notman: Notman Photo Co, 480 Boylston St. & 3 Park St, Boston, Massachusetts. Middlesex, Essex, Suffolk County. (known to be James Notman & Charles Notman) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Ogden, BF: B.F. Ogden & Sons, Benjamin Ogden and his sons had galleries in Springfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield, Massachusetts and also Albany & Troy New York, NY. (known to be Benjamin F. Ogden and Sons) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Purdy, JE: J.E. Purdy & Co., Successor to Hastings, 146 Tremont St, Boston, Suffolk County. (known to be James Edward Purdy, James Purdy, James E. Purdy) He was a successor owner to Boston photographer George H. Hastings, George Hastings. Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here and here.

Ross, HP: H.P. Ross, Groton Junction, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (known to be Hibbard Patten Ross 1821-1876, Hibbard Ross, Hibbard P. Ross) 1860's CDV Photo copy of a daguerreotype. See his work here.

Russell, Frank: Frank Russell Studio, 333 Essex St., Lawrence, Massachusetts. (Franklin Russell?) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Smith, H: Smith, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Bristol County. (known to be Henry W. Smith, Henry Smith) CDV Photos. See his work here.

Snow & McDermott: Snow & McDermott, 197 1/2 Main St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Worcester County. (known to be Herbert L. Snow, Herbert Snow and Henry M. McDermott, Henry McDermott) Cabinet Card Photo. See work here.

Townsend, AC: A.C. Townsend, Albert C. Townsend, Springfield, Massachusetts, Over the First National Bank. Hampden County. Note: Albert Townsend was the uncle of Charles Henry Townsend, (C.H. Townsend) Willimantic CT photographer, and taught him the photography trade. CDV Photo. See his work herehere, here and here.

Ward: Ward, (William Ward II) Taunton, MA, Bristol County. Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Warren: Warren's Portrait's, 465 Washington St., Boston Massachusetts. (known to be George K. Warren (1824-1884) George Warren of Lowell, Cambridge, Cambridgeport, Boston. CDV Photo. See his work here and here.

Webster, WA: W.A. Webster, Moody Street, Waltham, MA.Middlesex County MA. (known to be William A. Webster, William Webster) CDV Photo. See his work here, and here.

Jenney & White: Jenney & White, 52 Purchase Street, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts. (known to be Daguerreian, Daguerreotype artist Thomas Edward Mullikin White 1834-1909, also known as T.E.M. White or Thomas E.M. White and Perry P. Jenney, Perry Jenney) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Willard JH: J.H. Willard, Westfield, Massachusetts, Hampden County. (known as John H. Willard or Jonathan H. Willard (1821–1894) Born and died in Westminster, Windham County, Vermont. Married to Eunice T. Cornish Willard. He was an early Daguerreotype, Daguerreian artist in the 1865 Mass census, and worked in CDV photos. He was later in partnership in the "Miller & Willard" studio in Westfield, before leaving the Westfield area for Easthampton MA, to Westminster VT) CDV Photo. See his work here.

MICHIGAN PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Packard CC: Packard (known to be  Cullen Packard, Cullen C. Packard), Kalamazoo, Michigan, Kalamazoo County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Smith: Smith, 153 Woodward Avenue., Detroit, Michigan, Macomb, Oakland, Wayne County. (known to be D.J. Smith, Daniel J. Smith, Daniel Smith 1862-1888) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Westfall, GN: G.N. Westfall, Rockford, Michigan, Kent County (known to be George N. Westfall, George Westfall) CDV Photo. See his work here.

MINNESOTA PHOTOGRAPHERS: 
Farrington, Elizabeth: (aka Libbie Prevey Farrington 1847-1940, Libbie P. Farrington, Libby Farrington) She was the wife of Theo Farrington below, and worked with him in Ortonville, Minnesota and MacGregor, Iowa. See below.

Farrington, Theo: Theodore Farrington, Theo Farrington, Ortonville, MN, Big Stone County. Also known to have worked in McGregor, Iowa, Clayton County. See his Iowa work here. Theo Farrington and his wife Elizabeth Farrington (Libbie Prevey Farrington 1847-1940) were both Photographers. They are both buried in Ortonville, MN. Cabinet Card Photo. See his Iowa work here.

MISSOURI PHOTOGRAPHERS: 
Brown: Brown, 438 Wabash, St. Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis County. (George W. Brown, George Brown) Cabinet Card Photo. See his Iowa work here.

Gardner: Gardner, 1042 Main Street, Kansas City, Missouri, Clay, Jackson or Platte County. (known to be Richard G Gardner, Richard Gardner) Cabinet Card Photo. See his Iowa work here.

Chas. F. Meier: Chas. F. Meier, (Charles F. Meier, Charles Meier) 1406 Carondelet Av., Opp Park Av., St. Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis County. CDV Photo. See his work here and here

Scholten, J: Scholten, No. 920 & 922 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis County. (known to be John A. Scholten, who worked in Saint Louis from 1859-2894) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Tobias, HB: H.B. Tobias, Campbell Block, Marshall, Missouri, Saline County. (Henry B. Tobias or Henry Tobias) Cabinet card Photo. See his work here.

When Photo Studio: Proprietor G.E. Brucker, 1631 Franklin Ave, St Louis, MO (George E. Brucker, George Brucker) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Zimmerman: Charles A. Zimmerman, (Charles Zimmerman) St. Paul, Minnesota. CDV Photos. See his work here

MONTANA PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Comfort: Comfort, Butte, Montana, Silver Bow County. (known to be Edward W. Comfort, Edward Comfort) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

NEBRASKA PHOTOGRAPHERS
McElhiney, H: McElhiney Studio, Nebraska City, Nebraska, Otoe County (known to be Haskel McElhiney, born 1850) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Westberg, HG: H.G. Westberg, Ord, Nebraska, Valley County. (known to be Henry G. Westberg, Henry Westberg, who also worked in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

NEW HAMPSHIRE PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Collins, IA: I.A. Collins, Hanson Street, Rochester, New Hampshire, Strafford County. (Ira A. Collins, Ira Collins) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here and here.

Davis Brothers: Davis Brothers, 17 Pleasant St, Portsmouth, N.H., Rockingham County. (known to be bros Charles Davis & Lewis Davis) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Drew, AP: A.P. Drew, Bracewell Building, Dover, New Hampshire, Strafford County. (known to be Alfred P. Drew, Alfred Drew) CDV Photo. See his work here. 

Furnald, DO: D.O. Furnald, Manchester, New Hampshire, Hillsborough County. (known to be photographer David O. Furnald, David Furnald) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Hobbs, WN: W.N. Hobbs, 40 Water St, Exeter, New Hampshire, Rockingham County (known to be William N. Hobbs, William Hobbs) CDV Photo. See his work here.

NEW JERSEY PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Hagaman, Moses: Moses S. Hagaman & Co., Mount Holley New Jersey, Burlington County. (Moses Hagaman) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lee & Cowgill:  Lee & Cowgill, Main Street, Mount Holly, New Jersey, Burlington County. (known to be the partnership of Henry M. Cowgil, Henry Cowgill & Benjamin F. Lee, Benjamin Lee, who was also listed as a Daguerreotypist) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Price, F: Price, Price's Art Studio, Sussex St., Dover, New Jersey, Morris County. (known to be Frank H. Price, Frank Price, Franklin Price?) Cabinet Card Photo. See work here.

NEW YORK PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Baird: Baird, 5 & 9 West Main St, Middletown, NY, Orange County. (known to be Archibald H. Baird, Archibald Baird, Archie Baird) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Barnum, D: D. Barnum, Cortland NY, Cortland County. (known to be Deloss Barnum 1825–1873) Note: He was also known as Deblois Barnum and Delos Barnum. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Barcalow: Barcalow, 76 Bowery, New York. (known to be Richard G. Barcalow, Richard Barcalow) See his work here.

Beale, A: New York Gallery, Beale Photographer, 263 Main Street, Po'keepsie, N.Y. . (known to be photographer Aurelius Beale, Aurelius M. Beale, born in Bangor, Maine. Civil War Veteran. His first wife was Mary Porter Wood Beale, whom he married during the war in Washington DC in 1864. His second wife was Eustatia Beale. He had 3 children, a son and two daughters.) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Berry, J: J. Berry, Owego, New York, Tioga County (known to be Photographer Joseph Berry) CDV Photo. See his work here. 

Blessing: Blessing, Salamanca, New York, Cattaraugus County. (known to be John H. Blessing, John Blessing) Cabinet Card Photo, see his work here.

Blye Brothers: Blye Brothers, No. 8 South Salina Street, Syracuse, New York. (known to be Alson Blye, Alson D. Blye, Alson DeForest Blye, or also misspelled in census as Alsen Blye) He and his brother George Blye or George D. Blye worked together as the Blye Bros. Photographers in Onondaga County. CDV Photo. See their work here.

Bonta & Curtiss: Bonta & Curtiss of 16-24 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY. (known to be Samuel Bonta 1812-1910 and his son-in-law Nathan S. Curtiss, Nathan Curtiss) CDV Photos. See their work here and  here.

Bouthour & Company: Bouthour & Co, 2140 Third Ave., Manhattan, New York. County: Kings, Queens and New York. Cabinet Photo. Do you know his full name? See his work here.

Bucklin, MJ: M.J. Bucklin, Main St., Little Falls, New York. Herkimer County. (known to be Myers J Bucklin, Myers Bucklin) Note: Buckland is also an alternative spelling of Bucklin) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Camp, AN: A.N. Camp, 207 Main St, Jamestown, New York, Chautauqua County. (known to be Alfred N. Camp, Alfred Camp) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Cobden, A: A. Cobden, Troy, New York, Albany County, Rensselaer County. (known to be Arthur Cobden 1833-1878). Born in London in 1833 and died in Utica NY. He is known to have originally worked in NYC as an ambrotypist in the early years, and later as a CDV photographer. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Crandall Bros: Crandall, Canandaigua, New York, Ontario County. (Crandall Brothers: known to be Fred Crandall, Fred D. Crandall, Frederick Crandall) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Crandell & Conkey: Crandell & Conkey, Glens Falls, NY, Warren County. (known to be Isaac Crandell & George W. Conkey, George Conkey) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Cunningham, JK: J.K. Cunningham, Gouverneur, New York, Saint Lawrence or St. Lawrence County. (known to be John K. Cunningham, John Cunningham) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Davis: Davis, 138 E. Main St., Rochester, NY, Monroe County. (known to be George H. Davis, George Davis) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Drury: Drury, LeRoy, New York, Genesee County. (known to be Adelbert Drury) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Forshew: Forshew, Hudson, NY, Columbia County. (known to be Francis Forshew) CDV Photos. See his work here and here.

Frear: Frear, Ithaca, New York, Tompkins County. (known to be William Frear) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Fredricks: Fredricks, 770 Broadway & Corner 9th Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Kings, Queens, New York County. Known to be Charles D. Fredricks, Charles Fredricks, Charles DeForest Fredricks (1823-1894). Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Gogler: Gogler, 350 Bowery., Manhattan, New York. County: Kings, Queens and New York. (known to be Louis Gogler) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here and  here.

Gokay: Gokay, Petersburgh, New York, Rensselaer County NY. (known to be Eli Gokay) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Gurney, J: J. Gurney & Son, 707 Broadway, New York City, Manhattan, New York County. (Jeremiah Gurney (1812-1895) was first an American daguerreotype photographer operating in New York City and later became a leading portrait photographer. He took many famous photos of prominent 19th c. citizens relating to the American Civil War, including performers, actors, politicians, clergy and 19th century cultural icons. He is best known for having taken the only known photograph of Abraham Lincoln in death. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Granger: Granger, Delhi and Sidney NY, Delaware County. Cabinet Card Photo. (Thought to be Ithaca area photographer Francis Granger) See his work here.

Hebron: Hebron, 46 East 14th St. Union Square NY. CDV Photo. (possibly Henry Hebron) See his work here.

Huested, GP: G.P. Huested, Adams, New York. (known this to be George P. Huested, George Huested in Jefferson County NY business directory records) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Johnson & Budlong: Johnson & Budlong (Arthur A. Johnson & Gideon N. Budlong, Arthur Johnson & Gideon Budlong) Watertown, New York, Jefferson County. Cabinet Card Photo. See their work here.

Jordan & Co: Jordan & Co., 229 Greenwich Street, New York City, Greenwich Village, (known to be Andrew W. Jordan, Andrew Jordan, born 1805, a clerk with famed NYC photographer Abraham Bogardus, taking over his premises and business in 1860. He is known to have worked from 1846-1960) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Jordan Bros: Jordan Bros., 132 Genesee Street, Utica, NY Oneida County. (known to be Henry A. Jordan (Henry Jordan) and James L. Jordan (James Jordan), The Jordan Brothers) Tintype Photo. See their work here.

Hotchkiss: Hotchkiss, 234 & 236 Broad St., Norwich, New York, Chenango County. (known to be Eugene Hotchkiss) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Kibbe, William H: William H. Kibbe, Photographer, Kibbe Building, Johnstown, New York NY. (William Kibbe), Fulton County. Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Kent, JH: JH Kent, Rochester NY, Monroe County. (known to be acclaimed Rochester photographer John Howe Kent. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Larkin, JE: J.E. Larkin, 114, 116, 118 Water St., Elmira, New York, Chemung County. (known to be John Edward Larkin (1836-1824) son of Susannah & Ephraim Larkin (born 1787) in Rome NY. He was once partner to Photographer William Moulton (William J. Moulton) a daguerreian artist in Elmira: daguerreotypes and ambrotypes. Elmira City Directories: 1857 Moulton's Daguerrian Gallery, 20 Water Street; 1860 W.J. Moulton, Photographer 20 Water Street; 1863 Wm. J. Moulton, Photographer, 116 & 118 Water Street; 1864-65 Moulton & Larkin, 114, 116, 118 Water St., 1866 J.E. Larkin, 114, 116, 118 Water St, Elmira. (Civil War era CDV's, later Cabinet Card Photos) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Law, L: L. Law, Main Street, Little Falls, New York, Herkimer County. (known to be Lawrence Law, or Samuel Lawrence Law, born in England, who also worked in Syracuse NY, Onondaga County & Cazenovia, New York, Madison County) CDV Tintype Photo. See extensive bio info and his work here.

Lewis, GF: G.F. Lewis, Carthage, NY, Jefferson County. (known to be George F. Lewis, George Lewis) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Luce & Son: Luce & Son, 174 East Main St., Rochester, NY, Monroe County. (known to be Ivan H. Luce Ivan Luce & Niles D. Luce, Niles Luce) Cabinet Card Photo. See their work here.

McKernon, PH: PH McKernon, Saratoga Springs, New York, Saratoga County. (known to be Patrick H. McKernon, Patrick Mckernon) Civil War CDV Photo. See his work here.

Mead, M: M. Mead, Waverly NY. (known to be photographer Montgomery Mead) Tioga County, NY. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Meadler: John W. Meadler, 263 Main St, Po'keepsie NY. (John Meadler, Poughkeepsie) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Merrell: Merrell, Geneseo NY, Livingston County. (known to be Jay C. Merrell, Jay Merrell, Jay Charles Merrell) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Meyers, JS: Meyers, Main St., Poughkeepsie, New York, Dutchess County (known to be John S. Myers, John Myers) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Myers, CE: C.E. Myers, Hornellsville NY. (known to be Civil War veteran Charles E. Myers, Charles Myers)  Steuben County, New York. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Nexsen, Juliette: Juliette P. Nexsen, Artiste, No. 37 Union Square, West Side, Rooms 9 & 11, New York, New York County. (Juliette Nexsen) CDV Photo. See her work here.

Nims, Wm: Nims, Fort Edward, New York, Washington County. Civil War era CDV Photos. (known to be William Nims) See his work here and  here.

O'Connor: O'Connor, Lockport, NY, Niagara County. (known to be Martin O'Connor) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Ogden, BF: B.F. Ogden & Sons. Benjamin Ogden and his sons had galleries in Springfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield, Massachusetts & Albany & Troy New York, NY. (Benjamin F. Ogden) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here and here.

Oliver, HW: H.W. Oliver, Over 77 and 79 James Street, Rome, New York, Oneida, Essex County. (known to be Henry W. Oliver, Henry Oliver) CDV Photo. see his work here.

O'Neill, JA: J.A. O'Neill or J.A. ONeill, 145 Jay St., Schenectady, New York, Schenectady County. Cabinet Card Photo. (Believed to be John A. O'neill and / or James A. O'neill) See his work here.

Orendorf, P: P. Orendorf, Ilion, New York, Herkimer NY. (Thought to be Peter Orendorf, later a broommaker in Amsterdam NY) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Paige, EH: E.H. Paige, No. 446 Main St., Buffalo, New York, Erie County. (known to be Edward H. Paige, Edward Paige) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Pardee, IC: I.C. Pardee, Franklin & Fulton Avenues, Brooklyn, New York, Kings County. (Known to be Irving C. Pardee, Irving Pardee) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Payne, CA: Payne, Successor to Grum, Watkins Glen, New York, Schuyler County. (known to be C.A. Payne: Clifton A. Payne) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Pieper, HA: H.A. Pieper, River & Fourth St., Troy NY, Albany & Rensselaer County. (known to be Henry A. Pieper, Henry Pieper) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Potter, Rex: Rex Potter, New Berlin, New York, Chenango County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Ravell, CH: C.H. Ravell, Wolcott, NY, Wayne County (Note: Charles H. Ravell  (Charles Ravell) was listed as a daguerreotype artist, daguerreotypist in census records. He was born in England). CDV Photo. See his work here.

Record & Epler: Record & Epler, Corner of Broadway & Philadelphia Street, Saratoga, NY, Saratoga County. (known to be Emmerson A. Record, Emerson Record, Emmerson Record and Harrison J. Epler, Harrison Epler) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Reddish, JA: J.A. Reddish, Atlanta, New York, Steuben County. (known to be James A. Reddish, James Reddish) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Richards, AJR: A.J.R. Richards, 56 Main Street, Medina, New York, Orleans County (known to be Adelbert J. Richards, Adelbert Richards) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Richardson: Richardson, 129 & 131 Broadway, Brooklyn E.D., Kings County, New York. (known to be Benjamin J. Richardson, Benjamin Richardson) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Rockwood: Rockwood, 1440 Broadway, NY, 40th street, Holland Building. (known to be photographer George Rockwood 1832-1911) Cabinet Card Photo, dated 1895. See his work here.

Samo, J: Samo's, 292 & 294 Main Street, Buffalo, New York, Erie County. (known to be Joseph Samo) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Scidmore, D: D. Scidmore, Photographer and Jeweler, 123 Main St., Gloversville, New York, Fulton County. (known to be David Scidmore) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Seeley: Seeley's, 292 Main St. Po'keepsie, NY (an abbreviation for Poughkeepsie), Dutchess County. (known to be photographer brothers Rufus Anson Seeley 1830-1914 and Hiram B Seeley 1835-1876)  CDV Photo. See their work here.

Sherwood: Sherwood's Ferrotypes, Main St, Peekskill N.Y. Westchester County Ferrotypes were another word for tintypes. see directly below.

Sherwood: Sherwood, Nos. 112 & 114 Main St, Peekskill, New York, Westchester County (Christopher C. Sherwood, Christopher Sherwood) Tintype, CDV Photos. See his work here and here

Smith: 76 Main Street, Lockport, New York, NY, Niagara County. (known to be Charles A. Smith & George M. Smith) Cabinet Card Photo, see their work here and here. (Charles Smith, George Smith) 

Smith, WG: W.G. Smith's New Photograph Gallery, Cooperstown, New York, Otsego County. (known to be Washington G. Smith, Washington Smith) The wonderful collection of 60,000 Smith & Telfer Photographs are at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Suchy: Suchy, 3448 S. Halsted St., Chicago, Illinois, Cook, Dupage, Lake County. (known to be John Suchy & Frank Suchy, Franklin Suchy?) Cabinet Card Photo, see their work here.

Sutton, WL:  W.L. Sutton, Hornellsville, New York, Steuben County. (known to be William L. Sutton, William Sutton) Civil War era CDV Photo. See his work here

Taylor: Taylor, 83 & 85 East Main St., Rochester, New York, Monroe County. (known to be John Taylor, John W. Taylor) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Telfer: See Smith & Telfer above.

Townsend, AA: A.A. Townsend, Gowanda, NY, Cattauragus County (known to be Alfred A. Townsend) CDV Photo taken by him of of his infant son Burt Townsend here

Stage: Stage, 11 Grand St., Rochester, New York, Monroe County. (Known to be George J. Stage, George Stage) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Volkers: Volkers, 117 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY. County: Delaware, Queens or Kings. Cabinet Card Photo. (known to be Charles L. Volkers, Charles Volkers) See his work here.

Ward, PJ: P.J. Ward, Horse Heads, New York. (known to be Peter J. Ward, Peter Ward), Chemung County, Horseheads NY. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Wheeler, A: A. Wheeler, Unadilla NY, Otsego County. (known to be Alonzo Wheeler) Cabinet Card Photos. See his work here.

Winter: Winter, Savings Bank Building, North Salina Street, Syracuse NY (known to be John Winter) Onondaga County. CDV Photo. See is work here.

White, LS: L.S. White, 105 4th Ave between 11th & 12th, New York, NY, NYC, Kings County. We were unable to find this photographer in any census or directory, do you know full name? Cabinet Card Photo. See his/her work at this link and at this link.

OHIO PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Baker, ME: M.E. Baker, Stryker, Ohio, Williams County. (known to be Marion E. Baker, Marion Baker who later did business in Gladwin, Michigan) Cabinet Photo. See his work here. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Baker: Baker, Main Street, Barnesville, Ohio, Belmont County. (known to be Barnesville photographer William H. Baker, born 1863 in Ohio, wife Minnie Baker, daughter Cornelia Baker born 1888) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Coss, J: J. Coss, Main Street over State bank, Springfield, Ohio, Clark County. (known to be Photographer John Coss (1822-1877) a daguerreian artist: daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, CDV photos. Born in Maryland, worked in Springfield, Ohio, married to Dulcema Coss. He was a Civil War veteran Co. C 110th OHIO. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Brownell's: Brownell's, Formerly Kelly's, Photograph Gallery, No. 196 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton County (Known to be Charles A. Brownell) We found evidence of James B. Kelly Photography studio on West 5th St, Cincinnati in the early 1870's. Charles Brownell bought his photography business from James Kelly. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Dougherty Bros: 34 S. Main St, Dayton, OH. The Dougherty Brothers were 2 brothers: C.W. Dougherty (or Charles W. Dougherty, Charles Dougherty) and also Hugh Dougherty. It also appears another family member John Dougherty was also involved in the business at 32-34 S. Main St, Dayton. CDV, Cabinet Card Photos. See their work here.

Ensminger, EM: E.M. Ensminger, Ashland, Ohio, Ashland County. (known to be Emanuel M. Ensminger, a daguerreotype artist, daguerreian, ambrotype, photo artist in Ashland, Ohio, 1853-1868. His sons Jefferson Clay Ensminger (J.C. Ensminger) and James Madison Ensminger (J.M. Ensminger) also became photographers and were known as "The Ensminger Bros.: Their Locations: Ashland Ohio to Independence, Iowa to Florida. Note: This surname is also seen spelled as Ensminger, Enseminger) CDV photo. See his work here

Grossklaus & Ricksecker: Grossklaus & Ricksecker, Navarre, Ohio, Stark County. (John F. Grossklaus or John Grossklaus and David Ricksecker, who was also a druggist in Navarre, OH) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Johnson: Johnson Bros., Bryan, Ohio, Williams County. (known to be Elias Johnson, Johnson Brothers) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Haines & Goddard: Haines & Goddard, Star Gallery, Alliance, Ohio, Stark and Mahoning County. (known to be Clarence Goddard & Charles B. Haines, Charles Haines) CDV Photo. See their work here.

Hewitts: Hewitt's, Gurney Block, Broadway, Salem Ohio, Columbiana County. (known to be Frank Hewitt, Franklin Hewitt?) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Janney, L: L. Janney, Portsmouth, Ohio, Scioto County. (known to be Lot Janney, Lot Russell Janney, born 1830 in Ohio, worked earlier as a photographer in Cincinnati, Hamilton County and Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio from 1860-70. Also seen as Lot Jenney in census) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lobenthal, Lewis: Lewis Lobenthal was a photographer on East Main Street, Galion, Ohio, Crawford County from 1885-1897. Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Lockhart, WH: W.H. Lockhart, Bryan, Ohio, Williams County (known to be William H. Lockhart, William Lockhart) Cabinet Photo, also known for daguerreotype photos. See his work here.

Manly, GW: G.W. Manly: George W. Manly, Akron, Ohio OH, Summit County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Reck, LM: L.M. Reck, Photographer, Galion, Ohio, Crawford County. (known to be Luther M. Reck, Luther Reck) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Snook: Snook's Ground Floor Gallery, So. Howard St., Akron, Ohio, Summit County. (known to be George J. Snook, George Snook) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Strickmaker, JN: J.N. Strickmaker, New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County, Ohio (known to be Joseph N. Strickmaker or Joseph Strickmaker, working 1870-1879 ) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Urlin & Pfeifer: Urlin & Pfeifer, 20 & 22 North High St., Columbus, Ohio, OH, Franklin County. (known to be George C. Urlin, George Urlin & John A Pfeifer, John Pfiefer) Cabinet Card Photo. See their work here.

Winder & Co: Winder & Co's Gem Gallery, 160 Fifth Street between Race & Elm, Cincinnati, Ohio, Clermont County. Mount Vernon, Indiana is in Wabash or Posey County. (known to be John W. Winder and William Winder, also known as W.W. Winder. They were early Daguerreian artists working in Cincinatti, with John having worked steadily from 1855-1876, into the CDV photo era) CDV Photos. See his work here and here.

PENNSYLVANIA PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Bliss, LR:  L.R. Bliss Photo Studio. Corner of Main & First Streets, Coudersport, Pennsylvania, Potter County. (Known to be Lalon Bliss or Lalon R. Bliss) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here, and here.

Chase, GB: G.B. Chase, Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. (known to be George B. Chase, George Chase) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Collin, Mac: Mac Collin, S.E. Cor. Third & Pine Streets, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Lycoming County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Dettra, Andre: Andre Dettra, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Manchester and Chester County. CDV Photo. See his work here

Dexter: Dexter, McKeesport, PA Pennsylvania, Allegheny County. (known to be photographer Etley E. Dexter, Etley Dexter) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Fowler: Fowler, 12 West King St., Lancaster Pennsylvania, Lancaster County. (known to be Lewis C. Fowler, Lewis Fowler) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Germon, WL:  W.L Germon's Atelier, 702 Chestnut St. Philadelphia (known to be photographer Washington Lafayette Germon, Washington L. Germon, Washington Germon) Philadelphia is in Montgomery, Philadelphia, and Delaware County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Gihon & Jones:  Gihon & Jones, Artists and Photographers, 812 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia County. (known to be Civil War photographer John Lawrence Gihon (1839-1878) and his partner at the time Philly photographer William Jones) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Ginter, D: D. Ginter, Muncy, Pennsylvania, Lycoming County. (known to be photographer David Ginter) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Green's: Green's, 826 Main Street, Braddock, Pennsylvania, Allegheny County (known to be James H. Green, James Green) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Hull, SS: "From S.S. Hull's Gallery of Art, Wilkes Barre, PA" This is in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. (known to be Sedgwick S. Hull, Sedgwick Hull) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lachman, Isaac: Isaac S. Lachman, Main St. Opposite the bank, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Montgomery County. (Isaac Lachman) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lochman, Benjamin: Benjamin Lochman, No. 9, West Hamilton St., Allentown, PA, Allegheny and Lehigh County. CDV Photo. See his work here.

Lothrop, D: Lothrop, 41 1/2 North Eight St, Near Filbert., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (known to be Photographer David Lothrop) Tintype Photo. See his work here.

Macintire: Macintire, 2014 Columbia Ave. (known to be James A. MacIntire, James Macintire), Photographer in the 1903 Philly City Directory, in Montgomery, Philadelphia and Delaware County. 1890's Dry Mount Photo. See his work here.

Miller, SL: S.L. Miller, Lykenstown, PA. (known to be Samuel L. Miller, Samuel Miller) Note: This town is now called Lykens, and is in Dauphin County, northeast of Harrisburg Pennsylvania. See his work here.

Mortimer, WR: W.R. Mortimer, Pottsville, Pennsylvania. (known to be William R. Mortimer, William Mortimer) CDV Photo. See his work here

New York Photographic Art Studio, Williamsport, PA. Note: We would love to know the owner of this 19th c. Williamsport gallery, do you know? Cabinet Card Photo. See the work of this gallery here

Patton GW: G.W. Patton Photograph Gallery Cor. of 7th & Penn. Streets, Reading, Pennsylvania. (known to be George W. Patton, George Patton) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Smith, HW: H.W. Smith, Coatesville, Pennsylvania, Chester County. (known to be Harry Smith, Harry W. Smith, Photographer, Odd Fellows' Hall, Coatesville PA 1896-1897. See work here.

Trask: Trask, 159 N. 8th. St., below Race, Philadelphia PA. (known to be Pioneer Philly Photographer Albion K.P. Trask, Albion Trask) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Williams, BS: B.S. Williams, Artist in Photography, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania County (known to be Butler S. Williams, Butler Williams, born 1853 in Tunkhannock to Eliza Williams & Sinton Williams. He also lived in Manson, Calhoun County Iowa, and Oklahoma City, OK) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Wood, GH: Geo. H. Wood, Towanda PA Bradford County, Pennsylvania. (George H. Wood, George Wood) CDV Photo. See his work here.

RHODE ISLAND PHOTOGRAPHERS: 
Alden AE:  A.E. Alden, Providence, Rhode Island, in Providence, Bristol County. (known to be Augustus Ephraim Alden, Augustus E. Alden or Augustus Alden) CDV Photo. See his full info above under Massachusetts heading. Tintype Photos, CDV Photos. See his work here and here, and here, and here.

Black, JW: J.W. Black,163 & 173 Washington St. Boston and another gallery at So. Truro St. opposite the Naval Academy, in Newport, Rhode Island, Suffolk, Middlesex, Newport County. (known to be James Wallace Black, James W. Black, James Black) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Brown, SB: S.B. Brown, 101 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island, Providence County. (Silas B. Brown, Silas Brown)  CDV Photo. See his work here.

Dunshee: Edward Sidney Dunshee (1823-1907) and Cornelius Dunshee (1829-1833) were photographer brothers working initially in Fall River MA. Edward is famous for taking 2 ambrotypes of Henry David Thoreau, now in the Concord Museum. He eventually opened studios in Rochester NY, Trenton NJ, Philadelphia PA. Cornelius sold his gallery in Providence and moved to Rochester to work with Edward in 1865. The Rochester studio there first became "Dunshee Brothers". They opened galleries at 14 State St. and Atkinson St, Rochester. Cornelius Dunshee remained in Rochester as his brother removed to Boston to open galleries with his son Edward Byron Dunshee, born 1851. There are some Boston photos backmarked Eddie B Dunshee, apprentice photographer. Cornelius E. Dunshee was also known as a daguerreotype aritist early on. He is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY. CDV Photo. See their Civil War era CDV work here. Also see his brother Edward Dunshee above, under Massachusetts.

Jones: Jones, 357 Westminster St, Providence, Rhode Island, Providence County. (known to be Benjamin F. Jones, Benjamin Jones) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Manchester Bros: Manchester Brothers (4 Brothers: Henry Manchester, Edwin Manchester, George Manchester, Walter Manchester) No. 329 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island RI, Providence. CDV Photo. See their work here.

Morton, HQ: H.Q. Morton, 171 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island. (known the be Hosea Q. Morton, Hosea Morton) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Sweet: Geo A. Sweet, 47 Westminster St, Providence, Rhode Island, Providence County. (George A. Sweet, George Sweet) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Thurston, JB: Westminster Fine Art Gallery, No. 94 Westminster Street, Providence, RI, Providence County, J.B. Thurston, proprietor. (known to be John B. Thurston, John Thurston) CDV Photo. See his work here.

TENNESSEE PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Brothers, WH: W.H. Brothers & Co, 49 and 51 Beal St, Memphis, Tennessee. CDV Photo. (known to be Memphis photographers William H. Brothers, James M. Shaw and Charles Gebhardt) See their work here

VERMONT PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Baker: Baker, No. 7 1/2 Center Street, Rutland, Vermont, Rutland County. (known to be Gardner M. Baker, Gardner Baker) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Corse, SW: Corse, Montpelier, Vermont, Washington County. (known to be Seth W. Corse, Seth Corse) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Crosier: F. Crosier, Readsboro, Vermont, Bennington County. (known to be Frank Crosier) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Gage: Ebonytype, Gage's Portrait Studio, St. Johnsbury, Vermont, Caledonia County. (Known to be well known Daguerreian Daguerreotype Photographer Franklin Benjamin Gage, Franklin Gage, Franklin B. Gage 1824-1874) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Howe, CL: C.L. Howe, Union Block, Brattleboro, Vermont, Windham County. (known to be Caleb Lysander Howe, Caleb L. Howe, Caleb Howe) CDV Photo. See his work here

Perkins, AD: Perkins, 33 Center Street, Rutland, Vermont, Rutland County. (known to be A.D. Perkins, Alvin D. Perkins, Alvin Perkins) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Perrin, GB: G.B. Perrin, Springfield, Vermont, Windsor County. (George B. Perrin, George Perrin) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Sparhawk, L: L.T. Sparhawk Photographer, West Randolph, Vermont VT, Orange County. (known to be Luther T. Sparhawk, Luther Sparhawk) CDV Photo. See his work here.

VIRGINIA PHOTOGRAPHERS
Plecker, AH: Stamped Plecker & Maury, Lynchburg, Virginia, Campbell County. (known to be Adam Plecker, Adam Hamilton Plecker, A.H. Plecker and also Thomas Maury, Charles Maury, and/or sister Sallie Maury, all photographers related to AH Plecker. Bio Note: Adam H. Plecker (1840-1929) was a well known and prolific Lynchburg photographer. He was best known for his photo of Robert E. Lee on his horse "Traveler", which was made into a famous penny postcard. AH helped raise his niece and nephews after their father John Kelly Maury, Co. D, 11th VA was killed in the 1862 in the Civil War. (John's wife Elizabeth Backensto Simpson Maury died in 1874, and was the sister of Adam Plecker's wife Maggie Belle Backensto Plecker (1844-1909)) The Maury children learned the photography trade from their uncle and had studios in Roanoke, Salem and Lynchburg VA. They were Charles Lewis Maury (1855-1929), Thomas Godwin Maury (1859-1926), and Sallie C. Maury (1861-1928). There was another son, Edward Lightfoot Maury (1857-1926) who became a piano tuner in Salem, VA. Sallie took the Salem VA High School Yearbook Photos in 1915. Adam Plecker was a corporal in Co. H, Virginia 28th, and the Virginia Botetourt Light Artillery Battery in the Civil War. He died in a Richmond soldiers home in 1929 and was listed as Daguerreian Artist. RPPC Photo. See their work here.

WASHINGTON DC PHOTOGRAPHERS
Ulke, Julius: Julius Ulke Photographer, 1109 & 1111 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC District of Columbia.  Note: Washington Civil War era Photographer Julius Ulke (1833-1910) was a boarder at the house where Lincoln died, and took a famous photograph of the room shortly after the President’s body was removed. CDV Photo. See his work here.

WISCONSIN PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Curtis, ER: E.R. Curtis, Madison, Dane County WI (known to be Edward Curtis, Edward R. Curtis) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Jones, NP: Jones, Mills' Block, Main Street, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin WI (known to be photographer N.P. Jones, Nathaniel P. Jones, Nathaniel Jones) CDV Photo. See his work here

Lee, EK: E.K. Lee, Marshall, Dane County, WI (Note: It appears as if the photographer's name was spelled "SEE" the the "S" scratched off, Marshall, Dane County, WI. We have others clearly marked E.K. Lee, was it a misprint?) CDV Photos. See work here. Please contact us if you have more info on this photographer, see EK See below.

Lloyd, RJ: R.J. Lloyd, Artist, Cambria, Columbia County, Wisconsin. (known to be photographer Robert J. Lloyd ) 2 CDV Photos. See his work here.

See, EK: Marshall, Dane County, WI. CDV Photos. (see E.K. Lee above)

Wilkins, OE: Wilkins Gallery, Red Brick Front, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac County. (known to be O.E. Wilkins, Orsell E. Wilkins) BIO: Orsell E. Wilkins (1837-1879), Daguerreotypist active in Fond du Lac, 1860-1866, 1876-1877. Also a stereo photographer. O.E. Wilkins appears to have been in business with other people during the years 1859-1879, as in Wilkins & Chandler Studio in Oshkosh, 1860. He worked at 489 Main-A in Fond du lac, as well as his wife, who was a hair dresser/hair goods sales person by trade. O.E. Wilkins over 489 Main St. "sold out to Chadbourne" 1875-76. He then had a business called Wilkins & Hooker at the corner of Main & Forest in 1876. He moved to Denver Colorado and ran his business there. He died at age 42 and is  buried at Riverside Cemetery in Denver, Colorado. He was a widower upon his death. CDV Photo. See his work here

INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS:

GERMANY:
Tietz: TietzMunchen, Bahnhofplatz. We found Hermann Tietz in searches, as a photographer in Munich. Karstadt München Bahnhofplatz is located in Maxvorstadt, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. See his work here.

UK PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Baker & Hudson: 118 Gooch St. Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. (Known to be William R. Hudson, whose father William Hudson, was also a photographer and Edmund S. Baker and/or Walter Baker, 2 Baker family photographers who are known to have worked in B'ham at the time) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Brimmell: Lauceston, England, Cornwall County. (Known to be John Brimmell, a 19th century printer, photographer and newspaper reporter in Launceston) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Cornish, H: H. Cornish, 40 High Street, Crediton, Devonshire. (known to be Henry Cornish) Cabinet Card Photo. See his work here.

Foote, H: H. Foote, 8 Broad Street, Bath, England, United Kingdom, Somerset County. (Known to be Henry Foote) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Stovell, E: E. Stovell, Chemist and Photographer, Wye, England, County of Kent. (known to be Edwin Stovell) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Thurston: Fred K. Thurston, 1 Hastings St, Luton, Bedfordshire, England, Great Britain United Kingdom, UK. (Fred Thurston, Frederick Thurston) CDV Photo. See his work here.

Wallace, AB: A.B. Wallace, Photographer, Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland. CDV Photo. See work here.

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