CLARKSON, E

E. Clarkson
Broadway, Reefton

Mr Clarkson, photographer, has taken the premises formerly occupied by Messrs Gibson and Dems, opposite the Southern Cross Hotel, where he is now erecting his studio.
Inangahua Times, Volume XI, Issue 1766, 6 October 1886, Page 2

Inangahua Times, Volume XI, Issue 1766, 6 October 1886, Page 3


Mr E. Clarkson, photographer, is now prepared to execute portraits of the highest quality and excellence, at reasonable prices. Having established a permanent studio in Reefton, and procured the latest and most perfect apparatus, he trusts to meet with liberal patronage and support Advt.
Inangahua Times, Volume XI, Issue 1773, 22 October 1886, Page 2


Mr Clarkson having to vacate the premises occupied by him in the course of a few weeks, has decided to offer to the public of Reefton and vicinity photos at the following prices :- Cartes, 10s per dozen; Cabinets, 25s per dozen. This offer will only remain good for a fortnight.
Note the address; Clarkson, photographer. studio, central Broadway. — Advt.
Inangahua Times, Volume XI, Issue 184, 4 April 1887, Page 2

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