History is revealed to us in many ways. Artifacts, photographs and personal memories can help us make connections to our past. This fall, The Durham Museum presents “Omaha Uncovered: Revealing History through Art and Story”, an exhibit focused on uncovering the vast and fascinating history of our city. The exhibition highlights both preservation and conservation, giving visitors an up-close look into how history can come to life. Over the course of four months, art conservator Kenneth Bé from the Ford Conservation Center will be “on exhibit” actively restoring a historic mural from 1905 entitled “Aerial View of Omaha” that once hung in the lobby of the Omaha Bee newspaper office.