Does Florence really need another museum? After all, the city is already crowded with hundreds of them that feature a vast array of genres and areas of interest. Certainly there’s already enough to keep people flying in and lining up at the crack of dawn to see paintings, sculpture, inventions, skeletons, manuscripts and maps.But maybe, just maybe—there’s room for one more—since there’s nothing like capturing life through a camera lens. And in the age of mass digital photography, it’s not a bad idea to remember the first daysof photAlinari is the world’s oldest photographic archive and was established in Florence in 1852. With its 3.5 million images from around the world, the Fratelli Alinari Foundation is actively dedicated to preserving the history of photography. It has recently made an agreement with the city of Florence and been granted several spaces in which to display this enormous collection. The museum will inaugurate its new headquarters on Oct. 28 in the former Leopoldine convent in Piazza Santa Maria Novella.