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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.

Archeological Ruins in Central America (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1953 June 4 - 1953 June 28
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened June 4, 1953 and closed June 28, 1953. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Archeological Ruins in Central America" featured paintings of Mayan and Aztec ruins by Henry Schnakenberg

Arctic Art: The Harry Goldsmith Collection of Inuit Soapstone Sculptures (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1991 June 14 - 1992 January
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in June 14, 1991 and closed January 1992. Located in Section 9, Floor 1 in the Hall of Mollusks and Our World at the American Museum of Natural History. "Arctic Art" The Harry Goldsmith Collection of Inuit Soapstone Sculpture" was an exhibition of Inuit soapstone sculpture which depicted traditional life and the environment.

Arctic Riviera (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1961 July 2 - 1961 August 31
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in July 2, 1961 and closed August 31, 1961. Located in the North American Mammal Corridor at the American Museum of Natural History. "Arctic Riviera" was an exhibition depicting the land and life of Greenland. On view were photographs by Ernst Hofer and artifacts from the Eskimo collections of the Museum.

Army Ants: A Study in Social Organization (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1971 December - 1971 January 31
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in December 1971 and closed January 31, 1972. Located in Section 12, Floor 2 in the Theodore Roosevelt Hall at the American Museum of Natural History. "Army Ants: A Study in Social Organization" was an exhibition based on the work of the psychologist T.C. Schneirla.

Army Chaplains Corps (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1950 July 28 - 1950 July 30
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened July 28, 1950 and closed July 30, 1950. Located in the Grand Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Army Chaplains Corps" was an exhibition commemorating the 175th anniversary of the Corps of Chaplains, United States Army.

Art Work from I.S. 201 (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1971 April 7 - 1971 May 31
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened April 7, 1971 and closed May 31, 1971. Located in the Education Hall Foyer at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art Work from I.S. 201" featrued art by children from Intermediate School 201 in Manhattan, inaugurating renovated exhibition space in the Education Hall Foyer.

Art and Life In Old Peru (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1961 September 1 - 1962 January 2
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in September 25, 1961 and closed January 1, 1962. Located in Section 2, Floor 1 in the 77th Street Entrance at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art And Life In Old Peru" was an exhibition tracing 4000 years of cultural history through Peruvian arts.

Art for Heart (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
2004 February 23 - 2004 September 26
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in February 23, 2004 and closed September 26, 2004. Located in School Reception Area at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art for Heart" was an exhibition of artwork created by children who lost a family member in the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center on February 26, 1993 and September 11, 2001.

Art in the Service of Science (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1995 May 1 - 1995 December
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in May 1, 1995 and closed December 1995. Located on Floor 4 in the Library Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art in the Service of Science" was an exhibition featuring a collection of nineteenth-century hand-colored lithographic prints and publications from the Zoological Society of London.

Art of the Asmat (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1958 October 22 - 1958 November 30
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in October 22, 1958 and closed November 30, 1958. Located in Section 5, Floor 2 in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art of the Asmat" was an exhibition of implements and art created by the Asmat people of southwestern New Guinea.

Art of the Cyrene Mission (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1955 September 13 - 1955 October 30
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened September 13, 1955 and closed October 30, 1955. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Art of the Cyrene Mission" featured watercolors and woodcuts created by African artists at an African mission school.

Asbestos (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1922 October 2 - 1922 October 9
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened October 2, 1922 and closed October 9, 1922. "Asbestos" was an exhibition of asbestos and articles to show some of the applications of this important fire-resisting material. It was held at the American Museum of Natural History.

Atomic Science (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1948 January - 1948 April 4
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened January 1948 and closed April 4, 1948. Located in the Education Hall at the American Museum of Natural History. "Atomic Science" featured demonstrations, model atomic pile, movies, talks, displays, and panels.

Australia: A Bicentennial Celebration (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1988, early - 1988 August 31
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened early 1988 and closed August 31, 1988. Located in the Library Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Australia: A Bicentennial Celebration" featured illustrations of Australia's flora and fauna from the Museum's rare book collection.

Australian Bark Paintings (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1959 September 12 - 1959 November 15
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened September 12, 1959 and closed November 15, 1959. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Australian Bark Paintings" examined how the people of Arnhem Land in Australia portrayed their way of life, myths, rituals, and magic in their bark paintings.

Avinoff Orchid Water Colors (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1947 December 5 - 1948 February 15
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened December 5, 1947 and closed February 15, 1948. Located in the Corner Gallery at the American Museum of Natural History. "Avinoff Orchid Water Color" featured watercolors of orchids painted by artist and naturalist Andrey Avinoff.

Aztec Mexico: Discovery of Templo Mayor (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1982 July 27 - 1982 October 6
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened in July 27, 1982 and closed October 6, 1982. Located in Section 3, Floor 3 in Gallery 3 at the American Museum of Natural History. "Aztec Mexico: Discovery of Templo Mayor" was an exhibition including 100 objects ranging from human skulls to jewelry dating from about 1000 B.C. to the 16th century.

Azurite and Gold (Exhibition)

Exist Dates
1977 December 1 - 1978 January 31
Abstract
Exhibition. Opened December 1, 1977 and closed January 31, 1978. Located in the New York State Roosevelt Memorial at the American Museum of Natural History. "Azurite and Gold" featured two mineral specimens of azurite and large crystallized gold on loan from the Newmont Mining Corporation of New York City.
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