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    ohikkoshi wrote on Jun 1, '10
    Triart Photo Studios (Triart Pub Co Inc)
    Tuscan Productions (Red Bluff, Ca)
    Were they the publishers for an unknown photographer (perhaps James W Pondelicek)?

    gilesnemeton wrote on Jun 3, '10
    SPCo is the Shaw Publishing Company of Boston. Run by Henry Shaw. There is some evidence that he sometimes published other photographers pictures for them. His work is stylistically similiar to Aurora Studios and occasionally approaches the quality of Albert Arthur Allen.


    ohikkoshi wrote on Jun 3, '10
    "There is some evidence that he sometimes published other photographers pictures for them."
    Irwin H Herbein, as far as I know.

    gilesnemeton wrote on Jun 4, '10
    Yes Herbein was the case I refered to, but after perusing info on the web---i believe that Herbein was not a photographer but a 'collector' and like many collectors he signed his name on the backs of his collection---all of the photos in question bear copyrights by Shaw which would seem to uphold my idea about Irwin H Herbein being not a photographer but a collector. I have not been able to find any mention of Irwin H Herbein being employed as a photographer or in a studio anywhere. If anyone has any definite info eitherway I would enjoy hearing from them.


    ohikkoshi wrote on Jun 5, '10
    “Irwin H. Heirbein Jr / Reading, Ca, 1920”

    “Irvin Herbein. Elm street, brought back from Philadelphia his 11-year-old son James, who was picked up in that city by the police.”
    Reading Eagle, 19 October 1914

    “Newcomer, Fleetwood, stitchery; Dorothy Kalbach, Wernersville, block -printing, and Irvin Herbein, Reading, pyrography.”
    Reading Eagle, 6 August 1952

    “Irvin H Herbein, a chip carver and Pyrographic decorator will demonstrate.”
    Reading Eagle, 20 1966

    Irwin H. Heirbein is never mentioned as a photographer.
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