Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum hosts photography exhibit 

to organize the collection, Watkins said. Employees gathered artifacts found near the site that represented a mixture of religions and hired Clark to photograph some of them for the exhibit.

The collection also includes photographs Clark took of the actual bombing site, a scene framed by churches that Watkins said have been standing since the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was built. 

The exhibit is on display through Sept. 27. Access is included with admission to the museum, 620 N. Harvey. For more information, call 235-3313.

"?Will Holland

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