History: Crayon portraits of Crown photography
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----Source: The Clark County Press Date: 4-24-1875

The Crayon portrait of Mrs. Jas Reddan, on exhibition at the Photograph Rooms of J. H. Crowns, is a splendid pieced of work, and speaks well for the artist. Mr. Crowns is now prepared to execute that kind of work, and will warrant satisfaction. He is now making as good pictures of all kind as can be made anywhere, and at the most reasonable figures. It is his intention to make crayon work a specialty, and for that reason he is prepared to offer extraordinary inducements on work in that line. Call and examine specimens.



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