(1809 - 1872)
Edmund Burke Kellogg was active/lived in Connecticut. Edmund Kellogg is known for printing and lithography.
Biography Edmund Kellogg
A printer and lithographer, Edmund Burke Kellogg worked on newspapers
in New London and Stonington, Connecticut as well as Toronto, Canada,
having studied steel engraving with a brother, Jarvis Griggs Kellogg of
Then Edmund joined his brother, Daniel Kellogg in his lithography firm,
D.W. Kellogg & Co. in Hartford, Connecticut, and remained there
primarily but also spent time in New York City.
In 1842, another brother, Elijah Chapman Kellogg, joined the firm;
Daniel Kellogg moved away; and Edmund and Elijah renamed the business
E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, which in 1848 became Kelloggs & Comstock
with the addition of John Chenevard Comstock (1818-1862). The
business became known for sentimenta
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