1949 April 15 - 1949 June 12
"Industrial Diamonds" demonstrated the role of diamonds in world industry and included every phase of diamond cutting along with the actual diamonds used in industrial processes. A collection of large gem diamonds in rare colors were also exhibited as well as novel uses of diamonds in portraiture. The exhibition was announced by Frederick H. Pough, Curator of Mineralogy and Physical Geology at the Museum. The exhibition, prepared by the Standard Tool Corporation of New York City, was on view in the Morgan Hall of Gems at the American Museum of Natural History from April 15 through June 12, 1949.
Individuals and institutions involved in the creation of the exhibition: Standard Tool Corporation of New York City; Frederick H. Pough, AMNH Curator of Mineralogy and Physical Geology.
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