Byron Company (1892-1942) was New York commercial photography studio founded by Joseph Byron. The firm specialized in stage and ship photography, which provided steady work for the firm. The company also pursued thousands of commissions. The subjects of the firm’s photography also included scenic views, sports, buildings, society events, and portraits. The company’s photographers also captured images of New York City street life, homes, business, work, and popular entertainment industry in the late 19th and 20th century while they carried out their commissions. Byron's son, Percy, continued the photo documentary business until the Second World War.