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Whipple's Extensive Daguerreotype Establishment, No.96 Washington Street, Boston
Published in "The Boston Directory for the Year 1851" (Boston: George Adams, 1851) , p.27.
Whipple's Extensive Daguerreotype Establishment, No.96 Washington Street, Boston.
The Mechanical Part Done By Steam.
He received the HIGHEST PREMIUM at the last Mechanics' Fair; has every facility for producing the very best Daguerreotypes, and ten years experience in the art. All Likenesses warranted perfectly satisfactory to friends, if not so at the first trial, repeated without charge, it being his aim not only to produce the best thing the art is capable of, but pleasing likenesses to those for whom they are intended. The public are invited to call and examine a large collection of Daguerreotypes of some of our MOST DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS; also, those of JENNY LIND, Benedict, Belletti, Barnum, Amin Bey, the Turkish Ambassador, and THE MOON, taken through the large Cambridge Telescope; Microscopic objects, too small to be seen by the naked eye, &c. &c.