Bradley, Henry W.

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Bradley, Henry W.

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1813-1891

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Born June 1813; died 27 April 1891. Bradley learned the daguerreotype process in New Orleans, Louisiana, before 1850. In 1850, he moved to San Francisco, California, where he opened a daguerreotype gallery as well as a daguerreotype supply business that he operated until 1878. From 1852 to 1855, Bradley operated the "National Daguerreian Gallery" in San Francisco. He also opened a branch outlet in Sacramento, California. In 1863, Bradley, with William Herman Rulofson, formed a partnership named "Bradley & Rulofson," in San Francisco. Bradley left the firm in 1878. In 1885, Bradley retired to Alameda, California where he continued to photograph.

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Rulofson, William Herman (1826-1878)

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Rulofson, William Herman is the business partner of Bradley, Henry W.

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1863 - 1878

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Bradley & Rulofson (San Francisco, Cal.) (1863-1878)

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us-ohy-bradley-rulofson

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Bradley & Rulofson (San Francisco, Cal.) is owned by Bradley, Henry W.

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1863 - 1878

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