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The studio BYRNE & Co of Richmond - are any facts available ? I mean how long in the photographic business, who was owner/founder etc. Please take a look at the letter cover.

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Comment by Krzysztof K. Slowinski on August 18, 2017 at 18:21

Mr. Catan,

I'm pleased to meet you and am grateful for your help. I hope your answer replies my question and satisfies my needs. Thank you ver much.

Comment by Daniel Catan on August 17, 2017 at 21:03

Photography - Volume 10 - Page 436

1898 - ‎Extraits - ‎Autres éditions
... Factories' Act.—William Joseph Byrne, of the firm of Byrne & Co., the well- known photographers of 19, Hill Street, Richmond, has been summoned for offences against the Workshops and Factories' Act. Mr. E. R. Redgrave, inspector under ...
Comment by Daniel Catan on August 17, 2017 at 21:00

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Comment by Daniel Catan on August 17, 2017 at 20:17

Suite :

Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915

Catalogue records from the annual exhibitions

for 1879 to 1895

http://erps.dmu.ac.uk/exhibitor_details.php?year=1893&efn=W.+J....

Comment by Daniel Catan on August 17, 2017 at 20:09

Suite :

W. J. ByrneHill StreetRichmond, Surrey, 1868-1879-1895-1898-

THE STUDIO AND WORK OF W. J. BYRNE, in Wilson's Photographic Magazine at pages 305 & 306  

The Photographic Journal - Volume 19 - Page 146

1895 - ‎Extraits - ‎Autres éditions
W. J. ByrneHill StreetRichmond, Surrey
Comment by Daniel Catan on August 17, 2017 at 19:36

Voici un début : 

http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/rcs_photographers/entry.php?id=109

W.J. Byrne and Co. was a commercial photographic firm based in Richmond, England. In 1883 the firm was located at 1 Clarence Terrace in 1883. The company was in the same building in 1900. However, the street had been renamed and the premise was known as 19 Hill Street (Library and Information Services, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames 2004).

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