Look Again: Discovering Historical Photos Exhibit The introduction of photography in the mid-1800s forever changed the way we record and remember our individual lives - and our history. Examine dozens of photographs from the Museum of History's collection, then decide for yourself: Do our modern eyes see something different than the original viewers would have? And what can we learn by approaching photos as windows to the past? The traveling exhibit Look Again: Discovering Historical Photos, employs large-scale reprints of photographs from the Museum of History's collection. Divided into four thematic sections - Telling Stories, Taking a Closer Look, Remembering Faces, and Capturing Moments - the exhibit focuses on stories and interesting details associated with each individual photo. The traveling exhibit also contains a small case that features examples of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and tintypes - from the Museum of the Albemarle's collection, as well as more recent images - to show the evolution of photography over time. Look again originally debuted on May 4, 2018 at the NC Museum of History and was produced by staff at the museum. Contributions from the NC Museum of History Foundation made the exhibit possible. This free exhibit is currently on loan from Museum of the Albemarle and is open to the public March 16 - June 26 in the Ticket Sales Gallery.