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Albert Edwin Churchill (1861-1931)
Churchill appears to have been a full time photographer. Even his obituary reads “retired photographer” and no evidence of any other vocation has developed. He seems to have been active about 1885 through 1925.
Other photographers named Churchill:
Churchell, W. D., Clarksville, TN
Churchill, 54 State, Albany, NY
Churchill, Arcade, NY
Churchill Studio, 417. 1030 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. OH
Churchill & Denison, Albany,
Churchill, (Rensselaer E.) & Denison (Daniel), 520 & 522 Broadway, h 34 Grand, Albany, NY
Churchill, (Henry W.) & Ogden (Benj. F.), Bon Ton gallery, 66 State, Albany, NY
Churchill and West, Brownwood, TX
Churchill, Erastus, Maumee City, Lucas, OH
Churchill, Erastus, Morenci, MI
Churchill, George F., 140 22nd, Chicago, IL
Churchill, George O., 722 W 2nd, res 724 N Bellvue Ave., Hastings, NE
Churchill, Henry W., Bon Ton Gallery, 66 State St., Albany, NY
Churchill, J., New Concord, Muskingum, OH
Churchill, L. O., 17 State, Montpelier, VT
Churchill, Rensselaer E., 80 State or 520 Broadway, Albany, NY
Churchill, Saml. R., Vermont, IL
(Big thanks to Langdon Road for the list)
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