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These early color photographs offer a unique glimpse into the rich and varied aspects of life in the late 1800s and the early 1900s. Photochromes are a historically and aesthetically important part of the very earliest development of color photography. They have been collected internationally by both private collectors, universities and museums. Photochromes have been the subject of many recent publications, as well as major exhibitions in Paris, Geneva, and Zürich.  CONTINUE READING …

The results combine the truthfulness of a photograph with the color and richness of an oil painting or the delicate tinting of the most exquisite watercolor.

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Photochrome ##53622
A Monday Washing, New York City

Photochrome #54153
Skyscraper overshadowing Trinity Church

Photochrome #53623
South Street and Brooklyn Bridge, New York City


Photochrome #53619
The Elevated at One Hundred and Tenth Street, New York City

Photochrome #53637
Fifth Ave at Sixty-Fifth Street, New York City

Photochrome #54152
Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor

Photochrome #53618
Fifth Avenue at Fifty-First Street, New York City

Photochrome #53569
Battery Park and Upper Bay, New York City

Photochrome #53568
Bowling Green and Lower Broadway, New York City

Photochrome #53640
West Street, New York City 

Photochrome #53621
The Bowery, New York City

Photochrome #51383
Banana Cart, New York City 
3.5 x 7″

Photochrome #51386
Italian Bread Peddlers, New York City
3.5 x 7″

Photochrome #51382
A Chestnut Stand, New York City
7 x 3.5″

Photochrome #51385
A Sidewalk Haberdashery, New York City
7 x 3.5″

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Photochrome #53572
Newspaper Row, New York, 1900