Kyla learns about the process of portraiture; E.B. meets with a Daguerreian artist and experiences what it was like to take someone's picture in the 1880s; and Kyla joins a workshop led by a professional photographer.
Kyla tries solve a mystery before dinner. The clues include a winding key with a clockmaker's name attached; a torn page from the railway museum with a bunch of numbers on it; and a firefighter's helmet.
Kyla learns that the ring she took to a jeweler to get fixed is a wedding ring, which is a symbol of a contract; and E.B. takes a wampum belt to a Native expert and learns that it, too, signifies a kind of contract..