Blakeslee and Moore, Ashtabula, 1878
A Card. Having been conducting the business of Photography in Ashtabula for nearly thirteen thirteen years past, we take pleasure in thanking thanking our numerous friends and many patrons for their liberal and considerate patronage, by which we have been enabled to persue our studies and advance the standard of our work. Believing as we do that superior superior work will be appreciated and patronized, patronized, we have persued a liberal policy towards our business; introducing each new improvement, improvement, as they have become know to the fraternity. "Mr. Blakeslee, of the firm, who has been in New York and other Eastern cities, for the last two months, has devoted the most of his time visiting the leading photographers and gallerys; aud looking up and purchasing the latest improvements improvements in photography, has returned full of good and new things, which we propose propose to give our customers the benefit of. We take pleasure in calling attention to the new, beautiful and popular style, termed termed the "Boudoir portrait," which we are now introducing. We extend a cordial invitation invitation to all to call at our rooms. 97)4 Main street, and examine our Specimens. BLAKESLEE & MOORE.