photographer: Charles E Emery
Canon City, CO
This cabinet card contributed by the family of William Birdsall Bullers and Great Granddaughters of John Lewis “Pop” Bullers .
Charles Eklund Emery
(1859 - 1932)
Dates taken mostly from narrative found on FindAGrave and city directories
1859 Dec 03
Sweden, Charles Emery is born; (Emery is his adoptive name, birth name is Danielson)
Silver Cliff, CO, C E Emery photographer opens studio in Silver Cliff CO
Canyon City, CO, C E Emery photographer opens studio in Canyon City, CO
Colorado Springs, CO, C E Emery photographer opens studio in Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs, CO, city directory, C E Emery NOT listed in business or residential
1901, 1902, 1903
Colorado Springs, CO, C E Emery photographer, opens studio at corner of Cascade and Kiowa
1904 to 1928
Colorado Springs, CO, city directory C E Emery, photographer studio at 31 N Cascade
1929 to 1932
Colorado Springs, CO, city directory, C E Emery, photographer, studio at 24 n Tejon
1932 Sep 01
Colorado Springs, CO, C E Emery dies at age 72
Dating a cabinet card from Emery should be fairly easy if the card is imprinted with the address. It appears Emery worked in only three towns in his career.
These three cards are imprinted "Emery" of Rutland, VT, and have a monogram imprint "G H E" This is thought to be George H Emery. There appears to be no positive connection to the Charles E Emery of Colorado.
photographer: George H Emery
example from auction site
(No connection to C E Emery
has been made yet)
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