Hugo Stangenwald opens new photo gallery, 1855.

HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY.

REMOVAL.

THE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the residents of Honolulu and vicinity, that he has removed to the new building recently erected on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel, where he is now prepared to take pictures in the highest perfection of the art, with all the latest improvements, and at the lowest prices. Having constructed these rooms expressly for his business, with

A POWERFUL SKYLIGHT,

and everything necessary for the convenience and comfort of those who may favor him with a call, he asks a continuance of the patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed upon him.With his increased facilities, he will be able to operate

IN ANY WEATHER,

and also attend to the taking of FAMILIES, GROUPS, &c. Pictures taken of all sizes and in all the different styles of the art; also inserted into lockets, pins, rings, bracelets, &c., &c. Paintings and Daguerreotypes copied, and views of Residences, Vessels, parts of the city, Machinery, &c., taken correctly, and without Reversing. Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to call.

HUGO STANGENWALD.

Honolulu, March 29th, 1855.—47-tf

(Polynesian, 7/7/1855, p. 3)

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The Polynesian, Volume XII, Number 9, Page 3. July 7, 1855.

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