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Photography exhibit traces a century of Lansing history

'Sepia to Selfies' photo
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Library of Michigan
One of the 'Sepia to Selfies' photos depicts a Soapbox Derby race.

Lansing history through the photographer’s lens: the exhibit "Sepia to Selfies" is now on view at the Library of Michigan.

"Sepia to Selfies" is a photography exhibit now on view at the Michigan Historical Center’s Library of Michigan. Hundreds of photographs trace the history of Lansing from the early days of photography to the present.

The exhibit is curated by Lansing journalist Bill Castanier. Current State's Peter Whorf caught up with Castanier at the Library of Michigan to tour the exhibit.

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