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Anthia Brady was operating a studio in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee as early as 1891.She married W.D. Hughes and opened Hughes Studio in 1896 in McMinnville, Tennessee Her daughter, Willie Hughes attended the famous Southern School of Photography. Tennessee Historical Marker 2E68 honor them as pioneer women photographers.
Together they operated the studio for over sixty years and left an archive of over 35,000 photographs The curator, Joe Hughes Beasley, is the grand-nephew of Anthia and is a photographer in his own right
In 1997, he was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Tennessee Historical Commission for having made significant contributions to the preservation of the historical and architecture heritage of Tennessee
Anthia Brady Hughes & WD Hughes in the 1890’s
Miss Willie Hughes with her nephew, Tom Carney
Studio Camera and Jobyna Portrait
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