My grandparents had a photo of someone who we can't identify which was taken at Beckford's Photo Studio in Boston. I've been doing some research online trying to find out more information about the studio and I found this webpage:
This page, which is apparently a digital text version of a book written in 1892 called "Boston: its commerce, finance and literature...1892", has the following information:
BECKFORD'S PHOTO. STUDIO, No, 43 Winter Street.— A leading establishment in this line in Boston is Beckford's Photo. Studio. This house was established over twenty years ago and was conducted for some years by the Chickering Photo. Com- pany, who were succeeded by the present proprietor in 1888. The establishment is now one of the best in the country, and the fine quality and low prices of its productions in crayon, pastel, water colors, India ink and oil portraits are unsurpassed by any other house in New England. Fine portrait work is a specialty, and the moat admii'able facilities are possessed for pro- ducing work of the highest character. Four assistants are employed. Mr. D. C. Beckford is a native of the Isle of Janjaica, who came to Boston twenty years ago and was with the Chickering Photo. Company for several years.