Gotham Comes of Age: New York Through the Lens of the Byron Company, 1892-1942

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Pomegranate, 1999 - Photography - 216 pages
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The Byron Company was a photographic studio, and the Museum of the City of New York here presents 170 of their photographs. In addition to the glitter of the city's elite, they portray skaters, tenement dwellers seeking air, and many landmark buildings in the early stages of construction. The public
  

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Gotham comes of age: New York through the lens of the Byron Company, 1892-1942

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Arranged thematically, the photographs showcased here are but a sampling from about 22,000 images produced by the Byron Company's New York City commercial studio over a 50-year period. And for 40 of ... Read full review

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A wonderful photographic memoir of turn of the century New York City through the photos of Joseph and Percy Byron. Read full review

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Foreword
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The Plates
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References
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