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Other: American and Foreign Stereoscopic Emporium 
Includes: E. Anthony 
Includes: Edward Anthony 
Includes: H.T. Anthony 
Includes: Henry T. Anthony 
Active:  US
A key supplier of photographic supplies and and a publisher of stereoscopic views based in New York. 
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New York City, NY, US 
[6-8] [Edward Anthony, Henry T. Anthony] "Stereo View Publishers and Distributors"; 308 Broadway; after 5/1/60, 501 Broadway, later 591 Broadway. Largest purveyor of views & photo materials, by far the largest & most comprehensive stereo coverage in the world, 50-70, list of ~12,000 titles, world-wide scy., genre, topical subjects; views common and were widely pirated. Used own staff & contract photogs.; bought negs. from independent photogs.; T.C. Roche was chief staff photog. from 69. Edward was pioneer dag. maker & manufacturer & dealer in photo. material; B. 19, D. 88. Henry was civil engineer, inventor, manufacturer of photo. supplies, amateur photog; he was in charge of the manufacturing division of co. Photog. Eclipse expedition 69; Co-founder & President APEC; B. 14, D. 84. Issued hundreds of series such as "Views in El Ecuador", "War Views", "China & Japan", "Views in the Colorado River and Among the Aztec Cities of Arizona", "Views of New York & Vicinity", "Fourth of July In & About New York", "Hills and Dales of New England", "Views in St. Augustine, FL", "Scenes in Cuba" by Barnard, "Portrait Gallery" series, "The War For the Union. Photographic History", views of military leaders and famous people; "Irish Views", taken ~60; pub. views of the C.P & U.P. R.R.; "Glories of the Yosemite, California", uncommon, negs by Thomas C. Roche; Grand Canyon & Hopi Mesas by E.O. Beaman; Wheeler Survey views by O'Sullivan & Bell; Jackson's Hayden Survey views, CA views by Weed, "The Young Idea Series", etc. Many B/Ls, catalogs. SEE book by Marder on the co. 
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
Credit: National Stereoscopic Association with corrections and additions by Alan Griffiths and others.
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