|Other: G.W. Pach & Bros. |
Other: Gustavus W. Pach
|Dates: ||1845 - 1904|
|Stereographs project |
New York City, NY, US
Long Branch, NJ, US
Ocean Grove, NJ, US
New Haven, CT, US
Cambridge, MA, US
[6-8] *[Imprint also seen as "...& Bros". Gustavus W. was active for longest period;
joined in 70s by brothers Gothelf & Morris Pach] "Photographer"; 858 then 841 Broadway, NYC, ~70-; 1002 Chapel St., New Haven, 84-89. Issued
~800 common fine views, mainly NYC and NJ beach
areas, resorts, campgrounds, genre; one shows
photo gallery; fine series [~20] of Sing Sing
prison; camp life at West Point, "Long Branch &
Vicinity", "Scenes at Ocean Grove & Asbury Park,
N.J.". Some early views of the NJ area were
pub. both by Pach and by George Stacy of NYC;
which one actually took them unclear but prob.
was Pach. Also made CDV/cab. images. B. 45, D.
04, a photog. with a long & varied career who
worked in many locations. First noted as
working briefly with Anthony Co. in 66, opened
own studio at Long Branch, 67 on the grounds of
the Continental Hotel; opened NYC studio about
70. Unclear whether his bros. worked with him
constantly or just intermittently. Listed in
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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