Raleigh, NC -- As the popular exhibit of memorabilia from "Gone with the Wind" winds down at the state Museum of History, the man who put together the collection will lead a tour.
Jim Tumblin will lead the tour Sunday afternoon at the museum in Raleigh, where "Real to Reel: The Making of Gone with the Wind" is on display.
The program begins with a movie about the making of the 1939 film. Tumblin will then give a short talk and lead an exhibit tour.
The exhibit ends April 14, then travels to the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, where it will run June 1 through Dec. 31. It includes costumes, Vivien Leigh's Academy Award and the story boards created by William Cameron Menzies.