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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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Fancy dress ball at Tammany Hall, Nov. 15, '06.
Automobile (Cars).
Coney Island.
Coney Island, the Beach.
Manhattan Beach.
Bathing, Midland Beach.
Fifth Avenue and Washington Square.
Street Scenes - 1897, Fifth Ave. N.E. Cor. 65th St.
View Broadway c. 1913 South from Woolworth Bldg.
Resorts- Coney Island 1896.
Kings County Almshouse.
DAR 1898.
T.E. Fitzgerald's Bar.
Race Tracks, Sheepshead, Finish of Race.
Thomas A. Edison.
[Seventh Ave. and West 30th St. - Colored District, 1903.]
John Lanz, N.E. Corner Seventh Ave. & 47th St.
[Elsie de Wolfe, 1896.]
[C. K. G. Billings Horseback Dinner at Sherry's, 1908.]
[S.S. "Normandie".]
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Arch and Motor Char-a-Banc [Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, 1903].
[City Hall Park Looking East Toward Park Row, ca.1899]
[Times Building, 1904.]
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut, Cast Iron Ring, Section North Tube Looking West, #18.
[West Street Looking North from Charles Street.]
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