Levine Museum Exhibit Explores How Camp Greene Shaped Charlotte

Categories: Blog
Why This Matters: The Levine Museum of the New South exhibit “Splendid Service: Camp Greene & the Making of a New South City” explores the history of Charlotte’s World War I military camp and its impact on the Queen City. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager A turning point in Charlotte’s race to become the largest city …

Read More

Preserving History through Art

Categories: Blog
Why This Matters: Through photographic documentation, ASC grant recipient Nancy O. Albert records the history of North Carolina tobacco barns to ensure access for future generations. By Giovanna Torres Communications & Marketing Coordinator Imagine constantly running against time to make a visual record of endangered historic structures. After all, if there is no record, how will …

Read More