Sunday, January 19, 2020

New York Gallery




Photographer:
New York Gallery
1144 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
example from LOST GALLERY

At the left is a slightly enhanced version of this cabinet card. For a look a the original click on the picture and scroll down.

It appears there was more than one "New York Gallery" in San Francisco, CA. And/or perhaps more than one proprietor.

So far LOST GALLERY has found a "New York Gallery" at 25 Third, operated by B. F. Howland. Another source says that the New York gallery was at 25 Third and was operated by J H Peters. Another card found lists 25 Third Street, operated by Sewell and Hucks

Research ongoing, suggestions welcome



photographer: New York Gallery
1144 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
example from pinterest


New York Gallery at 25 Third Street, San Francisco, CA



Photographer: New York Gallery
25 Third Street
San Francisco, California
J H Peters, proprietor
example from LOST GALLERY


reverse of the card at the left






photographer New York Gallery
25 Third Street
San Francisco, Cal.
J. H. Peters
Proprietor


reverse of the card at the left


Photographer New York Gallery
25 Third Street
San Francisco, Cal.
Sewell & Hucks


reverse of the card on the left


photographer: New York Gallery
J H Peters and Co
25 Third Street, San Francisco, CA
example from auction site

Reverse of card at left

photographer: New York Gallery
J H Peters and Co
25 Third Street, San Francisco, CA
example from auction site
(top trimmed)

Reverse of card at left


photographer New York Gallery
J G Hucks
25 Third Street, San Francisco, CA
example from auction site

Same gallery name, same address, different photographer.

See a brief timeline for John George Hucks.


photographer: New York Gallery
J H Peters and Co
914 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
example from auction site

The following cards demonstrate that the name "New York Gallery" was used in many places. They do not appear related to the photographers in California except by gallery name.

New York Gallery, Oregon City, Oregon


Photographer: New York Gallery
Oregon City, OR
example from auction site


photographer: New York Gallery
Fifth and Water Streets, Oregon City, Oregon
example from auction site

No connection to the San Francisto studio has been made yet.

New York Gallery Williamsport, PA



photographer: New York Gallery
Williamsport, PA
Owner dated 1894
example from Phototree

photographer: New York Gallery
Williamsport, PA
example from auction site


photographer: New York Gallery
Williamsport, PA
From Ken on Flickr

photographer: Ormsby
Davenport, IA
example from pinterest

New York Gallery Reading, PA


photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from PhotoTree
(Owner dated circa 1886)
(Note the same rustic gate in three other examples on this page.)

photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(Note the same rustic gate in three other examples on this page.)

There is some evidence that a New York Gallery in Poughkeepsie, PA, was actually operated at least for a while, by photographer Aurelius M. Beale. (No examples available.)

Reading, PA is less than 200 miles from Poughkeepsie, NY, and even less to Williamsburg, PA. so there is a possibility that it was the same photographer for all three locations. More research pending.

The New York Gallery at 411 N Sixth, Reading, PA, was operated by Charles A Saylor at least part of the time. There are MANY cabinet cards still available from this studio.


photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(Note different imprint design)


photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(Note the same rustic gate in three other examples on this page.)

photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site


photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(Note the same rustic gate in three other examples on this page.)

reverse of card at the left


photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

reverse of card at the left
(note monogram "C A S" is probably for Charles A Saylor

photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

Reverse of card at left
(note the name Saylor is included in this imprint)


photographer: Saylor's New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: Saylor's New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: Charles A Saylor
New York Gallery, Reading, PA
example from auction site

reverse of card at the left


photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site


photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site


photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(Note the same backdrop used in the card at the left)

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(note the chair on the right is the same as in the first example on this row)

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site


photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site



photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer New York Gallery
411 North 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site

photographer: New York Gallery
411 N 6th, Reading, PA
example from auction site
(note rustic gate used in other examples on this page)


New York Gallery 106 N Queen Street, Lancaster, PA

photographer: Otto E Weber
New York Gallery
106 N Queen Street, Lancaster, PA
example from auction site

reverse of card at left
(Research on Otto E Weber pending)

Not the one you were looking for? Here's the photographer's INDEX by name. Listed here are all the Cabinet Card photographers of the 19th century found in LOST GALLERY. This is a work in progress. For a look at the original postings go to LOST GALLERY.

Some examples on this page have been enhanced or restored for clarity and presentation here.

This page is free for educational and research purposes only but, as always, if the original owner of any of these examples objects to the use on this page, they will be immediately removed.

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