H Table From 1845 to 1852 he was listed at 289 Broadway, in the LaFarge Buildings at the Hartman was formerly from Haiti, and opened his New York rooms in 1853. http://www.daguerreotype.com/h_table.htm
Extractions: Haas, Philip A former resident of France, he established himself as an engraver in Washington, D.C., in the 1830's. He learned the daguerreian process in France in 1839, and opened the first studio in Washington. He was also the first to publish a lithograph directly from a daguerreotype. Has was noted in Washington by 1843, and may have been established there earlier. In 1844 Haas moved to New York City, and was listed there until 1860. From 1845 to 1852 he was listed at 289 Broadway, in the LaFarge Buildings at the corner of Reade Street. He also appears in the Washington, D.C. directory for 1851. From 1852 to 1855 he was listed at 371 Broadway; from 1855 to 1857 at 505 Broadway; and in 1857-1858 at 546 Broadway. He was not listed in 1858-1859, and in 1859-1860 was listed without a business address. In 1861 Haas entered the Civil War as a photographer, and worked with Washington Peale. Prior to 1847 he may have worked with E.A. Stoughton in New York.
Extractions: Zion Lutheran Cemetery DeWitt County, Texas Submitted by Elsie Ottinger Cemeteries of Texas Coordinator: The following data is copied by Elsie Ottinger with permission of Patsy Goebel from the Cemetery Records of DeWitt County Vol. Patsy and Karen McWhorter with the help of others surveyed many cemeteries starting in 1985. I have tried to accurately copy this data. Located on FM 236 South of Cuero at Arneckeville. There are signs locating this cemetery. Surveyed by Patsy Goebel. Last Name First Name Birth Date Death Date Comments Arnecke A.C. Heinrich Aug 09 1833 Aug 07 1903 TX Pvt Co D 5 Regt TX Cav CSA Arnecke Dr. C.A.H. Apr 20 1860 Sep 02 1947 Arnecke Charles H. Sep 07 1890 Jul 31 1947 Arnecke Christian Peter Edward Arnecke George F. Apr 30 1873 Nov 05 1876 Arnecke Gustav Sep 19 1881 May 06 1883 Arnecke Heinrich Nov 14 1894 Nov 30 1894 Arnecke Mina Jul 05 1848 Jun 05 1948 Arnecke Sophie Dec 05 1804 Dec 05 1871 Arnecke Sophie May 14 1870 Jun 23 1871 Arnecke V. Barbara nee Sager
Extractions: Adamek, 0. 1-8; Adickes, E. 9-10; Adler, Guido (Briefe aus den Jahren 1877-1920) 11-164 (Meinong an Adler: siehe LXVII ); Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien: siehe XX/e (vgl. auch: Junk, Karabacek, Radermacher, Redlich) (Meinong an die Akademie: siehe LXVII ); Alexander, S. 165; Ameseder, Rudolf 166-185; Appunn, A. 186-187; Arleth, Emil 188-191; "Arminia" (Burschenschaft) 192; Artaria, J. 193; Aster, E. von 194; Augustin, M. 195-197; Avenarius, Richard 198-213 (Meinong an Avenarius: siehe LXVII Bain, Alexander 214; Baley, Stephan 215 (Meinong an Baley: siehe LXVII ); Barth, J. A. (Verlag) 216-268 (Barth an Doris Meinong aus den Jahren 1920-1929, unnumeriert) (Meinong an Barth: siehe LXVII ); Bauer, Adolf 269-273; Becher, E. 274-278; Benesch, E. 281; Benndorf, Hans 280 (Meinong an Benndorf: 23 Briefe, unnumeriert. Vgl. auch LXVII LXVII LXVII LXVII ... LXVII