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Byron Company 

Byron Company 

For half a century, the Byron Company (1892-1942) was one of New York City's preeminent commercial photography studios. Two major areas of specialization - stage and ship photography - provided steady work for the firm while it pursued thousands of other commissions. Important subjects include New Yorks social elites, street scenes, sports, buildings, and workplaces. 

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Churches, Church of the Incarnation.
Coney Island.
Singer Bldg.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut, Cast Iron Ring, Section North Tube Looking West, #18.
New Bronx Theatre.
Street Scene looking South Down Fifth Ave. from 63rd Street, showing Heckscher.
Social Functions, Funeral, Isaac E. Hoagland.
Brooklyn Strike.
Churches, Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Parade, Dewey (Troop A)(1st Reg.Co.B)(West Point Cadets) Etc.
View Broadway c. 1913 South from Woolworth Bldg.
34th St. Bet. 6th & 7th Ave. City.
Crystal Chemical Co.
Theatre, Hudson, 139 West 44th Street.
Kings County Almshouse.
Belasco Theatre.
Mrs. Frances Hoppe & Her Son "Willie".
Carley Life Float Co.
Bird's Eye View, S.E. from 57th Street & 5th Avenue.
Street Scenes - 1897, Fifth Ave. N.E. Cor. 65th St.
Knickerbocker Hotel.
Mutual Film Co., 1600 Broadway.
Schrafft's 912 Flatbush Ave. B'klyn, Interior, Lunch Room from Rear.
R.C.A. Building from the North East.
Greenwood C.
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