Archibald L. Dick (he signed himself A. L. Dick) was an American engraver; he lived at 66 fulton Street, Brooklyn, and was a co-founder of the Brooklyn Art School. He was chief engraver for Godey's Fashion magazine in 1841, according to A History of American Magazines: 1741-1850 by Frank Luther Mott. He is also said to have been active in Scotland, although whether by mail or by living there I have not been able to ascertain.
He is also referred to sometimes as Alexander L. Dick.
Date of birth may be approximate.