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E. A. Lewis


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One of the new business places of the city is Lewis' Studio, one door south of the old location at Fourth and Chestnut streets, where Mr. Lewis has a studio equipped most thoroughly and one of the finest in the state. The new arrangement for light in the studio is scientifically constructed and the best effects are thus obtainable. The studio is handsomely furnished and its location is most contral. [sic central]

Mr. Lewis, whose cut appears herewith, has had twenty years experience as a photographer and since he embarked in that profession has been employed in some of the leading studios in the country. He has been nine years in this city and has always conducted a studio where the highest grade of photos and portraits are produced and satisfaction is guaranteed those who patronize the studio. Miss Eva Lowman is Mr. Lewis' able assistant in his work.

Most of the pictures from which the cuts for this edition were turned out by the studio, and their appearance is largely due to the splendid work done there.

The Lewis studio is one of Atlantic's splendid institutions and by turning out a superior grade of work is doing its full share towards keeping up the reputation of this town at home and abroad.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 84. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, February, 2015.

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