1950 December 4 - 1950 December 31
"Colorful Congo Uranium" featured a collection of uranium ore from the Belgian Congo. Central to the exhibition were the rich uranium ores from the world's richest mine, Shinkolobwe, in the Belgian Congo. They were part of a large collection of Belgian Congo minerals presented to Frederick H. Pough, Museum Curator of Physical Geology and Mineralogy, by the Union Miniere du Haut Katanga. The exhibition was on view in the Seventy-Seventh Street Foyer of the American Museum of Natural History from December 4 through December 31, 1950.
Individuals and institutions involved in the creation of the exhibition: Union Miniere du Haut Katanga; Frederick H. Pough, AMNH Curator of Physical Geology and Minerology.
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