1955 April 2 - 1955 May 2
"Russian Easter Eggs" was an exhibition of decorative eggs carved from many different semi-precious stones. The principle minerals used were those which produced red and green eggs, the colors which represented Czarist Russia. The exhibition was on view in the Morgan Hall of Minerals and Gems of the American Museum of Natural History for a month starting on April 2, 1955.
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