New York Interiors at the Turn of the Century: In 131 Photographs by Joseph Byron from the Byron Collection of the Museum of the City of New York
131 rare photographs capture some of the most remarkable Victorian-Edwardian interiors ever created. Extraordinary furnished drawing rooms, dining rooms, studies, libraries, bedrooms, music rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms in the homes of well-to-do New Yorkers recall turn-of-the-century charm.
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