The Unfamiliar Faces exhibit showcases the work of a “master re-toucher” named Harold A. Brooks. He owned a photography studio next to the old Firestone Station in downtown.
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The studio was open through the 1920s and 40s. The work shows the original negatives next to the edited versions.
The exhibit opens Saturday.