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C.V. Allen 
The Gallery of Art 
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R.L. Midgley Sights in Boston and Suburbs, or Guide to the Stranger (Boston: John P. Jewett & Company, 1856)
The Gallery of Art
Is located at No. 173 Washington Street, nearly opposite the " Old South." The rooms are lofty, centrally located, and well adapted for the favorable exhibition of the many and beautiful portraits here congregated. Strangers cannot pass a more pleasant hour than in examining one of the finest collections of Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, and Photographs in America, and they are always sure of receiving every attention from the proprietor, Mr. C. V. Allen, and every convenience for examining them at leisure. Admittance Free
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