Do you ever wonder how museums "get things?" In this series, discover the stories behind our artifacts with Senior Registrar Camille Hunt.
The Veto Stamp
Camille Hunt details the history of a veto stamp that was used by Beverly Perdue, the first female Governor of North Carolina.
The Hollywood Costumes
Camille Hunt provides insight into how we got the iconic film costumes from The Hunger Games, The Conjuring, and Safe Haven.
The Outlaw's Shotgun
Camille Hunt discusses a double-barrel shotgun, which was owned by the outlaw Henry Berry Lowry during the Civil War, in this edition of How We Got That.
Vietnam War Era Uniform and Bronze Star
Camille Hunt discusses how the museum acquired this Vietnam War-era uniform and Bronze Star, worn by, and awarded to, Alfred Fowler.