Community members gathered to honor the memory of Tryon architect Holland Brady by viewing an exhibit of his architectural drawings, photos of homes and community buildings he has designed and letters from his time in war. The exhibit at TFAC and a coordinating one at Lanier Library will be available until Aug. 30. (photo David Widdicomb)
Community members gathered to honor the memory of Tryon architect Holland Brady by viewing an exhibit of his architectural drawings, photos of homes and community buildings he has designed and letters from his time in war. The exhibit at TFAC and a coordinating one at Lanier Library will be available until Aug. 30. (photo David Widdicomb)

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Holland Brady exhibit opens at TFAC

Published 9:39am Monday, August 19, 2013

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