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In the late 1940s, Emmet I. Brown opened a photography shop at 808 Indiana Ave. in Indianapolis in the entertainment corridor of the Avenue, and he succeeded in recording images of great and near-great musicians and celebrities who visited the city. In the mid-1950s, Brown moved to Tennessee, but he returned to Indianapolis in 1956 and established a new studio at Martindale and 19th streets.

 
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