Apr 30, 2012 to Jul 21, 2012
Discover the human face of the Civil War through Portraits in Gray: A Civil War Photography Exhibition Featuring the Collection of David Wynn Vaughan, a traveling exhibit presented by the Southern Museum, Kennesaw, Georgia. Through high quality enlarged reproductions of the original photographs in Vaughan's collection, this exhibit provides visitors with both an educational and an emotional experience. Corporate sponsorship provided by Bedford Camera and Video, with media sponsorship by Cumulus Media.
Portraits in Gray also illustrates the importance of the photographers and photographs of the period. The viewer will learn about the photographers of the time and the many processes they used. The traveling exhibition will be enhanced by images of Union soldiers from the museum's collection, as well as replicas of a Union uniform and items that would have been used by a Union soldier.
There will be a $2 admission charge for adults 19 and over for this special exhibition. This charge will be waived for students and active duty military personnel (with presentation of ID), teachers, chaperones, and homeschool parents accompanying organized student groups, and members of the Friends of the Museum. The admission charge also will be waived for all visitors during a Civil War Family Day on June 23. The museum is open 10 to 5 Monday through Saturday.
|Cost||$2 admssion to the special exhibition for adults 19 and over|
Rogers Historical Museum
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