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Thursday January 20th, 2022 2:42PM

History Center director seeks public's help on special photo exhibit

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Glen Kyle, executive director of the Northeast Georgia History Center, discusses the N.C. White photographic exhibit on display now. The History Center has acquired over 30,000 photographic negatives from the N.C. White photography business that operated on the Gainesville square starting around the 1880s. The photos are beautiful old portraits of men, women and children. But the identity of many of the people in the portraits are unknown and now the History Center is asking for the public's help.

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