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Edwards

1857                Rooms over James Campbell’s Store, Winchester, Tennessee.

Edwards of the partnership of Hubbard & Edwards was recorded in an advertisement that ran from March 20 to May 8, 1857 in The Home Journal (Winchester, Tennessee).  Ambrotypes~!  Hubbard & Edwards Have taken rooms, for a few weeks, over J. Campbell’s Store, where they are prepared to put up the new and Beautiful Style Of Pictures, Called Ambrotypes, in a manner superior to any taken in Winchester.  A new chemical process which they use in finishing off Pictures, renders them impervious to air, water, or acid, and they will retain their brilliancy for ages,—in short they never fade.

Pictures taken in all kinds of weather.  Children taken best from 8 to 12, A. M.

Edwards and Hubbard are not recorded in other photographic directories.