- Barron, Henri. Three-quarter-length portrait of the young singer in formal attire. New York, Stall's Studio. Ca. 142 x 100 mm. Laid down to original gray mount with decorative borders, ca. 182 x 131 mm.
- Bozzano, Conte Enzo. Bust-length portrait of the bass. Original photograph by Mishkin Studio in New York. Ca. 203 x 152 mm. With "Aborn English Grand Opera Company" handstamp to verso. Lacking small portion of upper right corner.
- Daly, Vinie. Full-length portrait in The Chimes of Normandy. New York, Apeda. Ca. 209 x 146 mm. With the handstamp of the Aborn Opera Comique Co. to verso. Small perforation to upper edge; extensive annotations in pencil to verso.
- Webb, Dorothy. Bust-length portrait. New York, White. Ca. 139 x 99 mm. With "Aborn Comic Opera Company" handstamp to verso.
With photographer's information printed or embossed to lower portion. In very good condition overall. Common minor defects include occasional signs of wear such as creasing, cracking, rippling, foxing, staining, bumping, pinholes, and remnants of former mounts. Some also carry annotations, most often directly related to the singers and/or roles portrayed.
Founded and operated by the brothers Milton (1854-1933) and Sargent (1866-?) Aborn, the Aborn Opera Company was active from 1895 until 1922. Although it was based in New York, the company extensively toured the United States.
Price: $75.00 other currencies