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American Discovery: The Colonial Period (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1990 July - 1990 December
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened July 1990 and closed December 1990. Located in the Library Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "American Discovery: The Colonial Period" opened for the 1992 quincentennial of the discovery of the New World with six exhibits describing the exploration of the Americas.

American Gemstone Jewelry Collection (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1979 December 3 - 1980 January 27
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened December 3, 1979 and closed January 27, 1980. Located in the Morgan Hall of Minerals and Gems at the American Museum of Natural History. "American Gemstone Jewelry Collection" exhibited a representative collection of native American gemstones, fashioned into fine jewelry featuring 31 pieces.

American Russian Institute Exhibition (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1939 January 29 - 1939 February 13
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened January 29, 1939 and closed February 13, 1939. Located in the Maxwell Education Hall at the American Museum of Natural History. "American Russian Institute Exhibition" told the story of the opening of the North Sea to commerical transport as well as the agricultural development of the region.

An Ancient Peruvian Robe (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1957 May 10 - 1957 June 29
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened May 10, 1957 and closed June 29, 1957. Located in the New York State Roosevelt Memorial. at the American Museum of Natural History. "An Ancient Peruvian Robe" featured an embroideredcloak thought to have been worn by a noble of a culture that lived on the Paracas Peninsula in Peru before the Spanish conquest.

An Artist Looks at Nature (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1949 September 12 - 1949 October 18
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened September 12,1949 and closed October 18, 1949. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "An Artist Looks at Nature" featured drawings, lithographs and watercolors by Vera Andrus.

Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1984 April 13 - 1984 September 9
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in April 13, 1984 and closed September 9, 1984. Located in Section 4, Floor 1 in Gallery 1 at the American Museum of Natural History. "Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity" was an exhibition featuring more than 50 of the most historically and scientifically significant fossils of mankind's evolution.

Ancient Eskimo Ivories of the Bering Strait (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1987 October 9 - 1988 January 3
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in October 3, 1987 and closed January 3, 1988. Located in Naturemax Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Ancient Eskimo Ivories of the Bering Strait" was an exhibition presenting more than 160 historic ivories created by the maritime society that flourished along the shores of the Bering Strait from the third century B.C. to 1200 A.D.

Ancient Nazca Ground Drawings (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1979 November 10 - 1980 February 28
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in November 10, 1979 and closed February 28, 1980. Located in Section 3, Floor 3 in the Gallery 3 Annex at the American Museum of Natural History. "Ancient Nazca Ground Drawings" was an exhibition featuring dramatic photographs of the intriguing lines and figures cut into the earth of the Nazca Plains by pre-Columbian people.

Ancient Peruvian Feather Mantles (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1947 May 27 - 1947 June 16
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened May 27, 1947 and closed June 16, 1947. Located in the Grand Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Ancient Peruvian Feather Mantles" featured two colorful historic feather mantles of the ancient Peruvian Rukana culture.

And Then There Were None (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1971 October 27 - unknown
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in October 27, 1971. Located in Section 5, Floor 2 in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "And Then There Were None" was a multi-media exhibit consisting of color slides, projected on twelve screens, showing endangered animal species of the world and the causes of their endangerment.

Animal And Plant Drawings (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1949 April 2 - 1949 May 2
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened April 2, 1949 and closed May 2, 1949. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animal and Plant Drawings" featured approximately 50 animal and plant drawings by students from the Parsons School of Design.

Animal Paintings by Ivan Sanderson (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1946 September 11 - 1946 October 14
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened September 11, 1946 and closed October 14, 1946. Located in the Grand Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animal Paintings by Ivan Sanderson" featured 22 brush paintings of the world's animals, birds and fish, done by the English artist Ivan T. Sanderson.

Animal Paintings by Valerie Swanson (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1949 June 3 - 1949 July 5
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened June 3, 1949 and closed July 5, 1949. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animal Paintings by Valerie Swanson" featured 27 oil and watercolors executed in the forests of the Catskill Mountains in New York by Valerie Swanson.

Animal Sculptures (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1941 December 15 - 1941 December 28
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened December 15, 1941 and closed December 28, 1941. Located in the Whitney Memorial Art Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animal Sculptures" was an exhibition of animal figures by Anna Hyatt Huntington.

Animals In The News (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1948 October 4 - 1948 October 24
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened October 4, 1948 and closed October 24, 1948. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animals in The News" featured about 50 photographs of animals from remote areas were taken in metropolitan zoos and at the circus in connection with stories appearing in the New York Herald Tribune and was the first exhibition of animal photographs by veteran newspaper photographer Nathaniel Fein.

Animals in Action (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1950 March 8 - 1950 April 2
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened March 8, 1950 and closed April 2, 1950. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animals in Action" featured 50 black and white scientific photographs by Dr. Roman Vishniac.

Animals in Sculpture by Three Americans (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1958 April 2 - 1958 June 8
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened April 2, 1958 and closed June 8, 1958. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Animals in Sculpture by Three Americans" featured over 30 pieces by Rhys Caparn, Tom Hardy, and Jane Wasey.

Annual Children's Christmas Exhibit (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1950 December 12 - unknown
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened December 12, 1950. Located at the American Museum of Natural History. "Annual Children's Christmas Exhibit" was a Christmas Eve scene spent in the forest by Hansel and Gretel.

Antarctica Fossil (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1968 March 16 - 1968 April 14
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened March 16, 1968 and closed April 14, 1968. Located in the New York State Roosevelt Memorial at the American Museum of Natural History. "Antarctica Fossil" featured a piece of fossilized jaw bone from the first land-vertebrate ever to be found in Antarctica.

Apatosaurus Revisited (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1989 August 15 - 1989 October
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened August 15, 1989 and closed October 1989. Located in the New York State Roosevelt Memorial at the American Museum of Natural History. "Apatosaurus Revisited" illustrated how new research about dinosaur evolution changed scientists' view of what the skull of Apatosaurus (formerly known as Brontosaurus) looked like.
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