Coxhead and Le Sueur

Coxhead and Le Sueur
Princes Street, Dunedin

Messrs. Coxhead and Le Sueur's photographs are unsurpassed for their exactness and line finish. The firm have opened a new and handsome gallery in Princes street, near the Octagon, Dunedin.
New Zealand Tablet, Volume VII, Issue 394, 29 October 1880, Page 16

Messrs. Coxhead and Le Sueur, Princes-street, Dunedin, continue to receive the most flattering testimony to the excellence of their photographs.
New Zealand Tablet, Volume VII, Issue 397, 19 November 1880, Page 16

New Zealand Tablet, Volume IX, Issue 424, 27 May 1881, Page 20
(this advertisement appeared in the New Zealand Tablet from 26 November 1880 until 27 May 1881)

At the Dunedin Industrial Exhibition in 1881 Coxhead and Le Sueur received a "second award" for photographs. Burton Bros., Clifford and Morris, W. R . Frost, and Hart Campbell, and Co., all received "first awards".
Otago Daily Times, Issue 6068, 22 July 1881, Page 4

Photos of New Dredger, as she arrived, on Sale at Coxhead and Le Sueur's, Octagon.
Otago Daily Times, Issue 6231, 30 January 1882, Page 3

Coxhead & Le Sueur undertake to please and give superior photo. to all patrons. Princes street (Octagon)
Otago Daily Times, Issue 6423, 13 September 1882, Page 3
A Frank A. Coxhead Carte de Visite over-stamped Coxhead and Le Sueur, Princes Street, Octagon, Dunedin, N.Z

above cdv courtesy of The Laurence Eagle Collection

Notice is hereby given that the Partnership lately subsisting between us. the undersigned ALFRED AUBIN LE SUEUR and JOHN SAMUEL WILEY, carrying on business as Photographers, at Brisbane, under the style of " WILEY," has This Day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent.

All Debts due to or owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said John Samuel Wiley, who will continue the said business, under the same style as

As witness our hands this Fourth day of January, 1898.
Witness: A. G. C. HAWTHORN, Solicitor,
The Brisbane Courier, 6 January 1898 page 2

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