Van Veghten, D. K. (Albany, NY)
D.(Douw) K. Van Veghten
5 Lutheran -street
New York. 1815. 1.
D. K. Van Veghten, (From New York) Respectfully informs his friends and the
public in general that he has commenced The Book-Binding Business, At the old
stand formerly occupied by Mr. H. C. Southwick, in Lutheran-street... All
kinds of Blank books will be bound with neatness add dispatch" Fry's 1815
Albany Directory. p. 82.
94 State & 8 Plain. 1816 Fry's Albany Directory.
41 Dock. 1817, Packard & Van Benthuysen, Albany Directory.
Van Veghten & Seymour. 1818, Pearce Albany Directory
Douw K. Van Verghten, Bookseller and Bookbinder 38 State. Douw K. Van
Veghten, Bookbinder 41 cor. Dock & Mark Lane, and: Van Veghten & Seymour
Bookbinders, 41 Dock & 38 State. 1819 Pearce Albany Directory.
Blank Book Manufactory, 3 south State st., Bookbinder, 41 corner of Dock
and Mark-lane. 1820, Pearce Albany Directory.
not in the 1821, 22 or 23 Albany directories
(1820) Van Veghten is back in New York City an is in a dispute, carried in
the National Advocate and The New York Evening Post Octoober 10, 1820 as to the quality of his Blank Books over a Mr. T. A.
R.'s work . October 12,1820
(1821) Van Vechten (sic) presents " very elegant specimens of Bookbinding"
ant the New York Agricultural Society Fair. Evening Post, (N.Y., N.Y.)