Brady Stewart Studio Inc

Business Address: 495 Highview Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15102
Allegheny County
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Business Contact: Mr. Brady Stewart
Owner, President
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Veteran Owned Business | Army, Separated | Member since February 19th, 2012

Brady Stewart Studio Inc provides Professional Photo Restoration, Digitizing/Archiving Services, and Stock Photography.

Established in 1912, Brady Stewart Studio, Inc is a 3rd Generation Veteran-owned Commercial Photography business located in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

The Brady Stewart Collection of 20th Century Photographs encompasses over 6,000 glass plates, prints and film negatives of the 20th Century.

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