Seabrook Bros. Studio
    by J Munro


The Seabrook Bros. was a photography studio located at 403 E Main Street, Charlottesville in 1905. Advertising in Madison Hall Notes, (weekly publication of UVA's Young Mens Christian Association) in 1905, Seabrook Bros. described themselves as  "high-class photographers" with "all work strictly first-class." Although Holsinger continued advertising in Madison Hall Notes in 1906, Seabrook Bros. no longer did. The exact years of operation, and by whom, are not yet verified. Note that the "New Era / Gitchell's Studio" (CB1144) was also located at 403 E Main Street at a later date (1914-15). 

The following Studio ad appeared forty times in Madison Hall Notes 1905-6: 



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Seabrook Bros. Studio advertisements. Madison Hall Notes 1905-6: vol.1 (September 16, 1905-June 9, 1906). 

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