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Lost & Found: Edmonia Lewis's Cleopatra Lost & Found: Edmonia Lewis's Cleopatra
June 7, 1996 – April 14, 1997

See the life and work of Edmonia Lewis, a nineteenth-century African American sculptor.

American Art Museum
Third High School Photography Competition
June 3, 1996 – June 9, 1996

See 100 photographs by high school finalists from the Metropolitan Washington area.

American Art Museum
The Mighty Marlin
June 1, 1996 – September 25, 1996

On display is a mounted 1,560 pound black marlin that has held the world record since 1953. 

Natural History Museum
Ancestral Memories: A Tribute to Native American Survival
May 19, 1996 – July 21, 1996

See 20 mixed-media works and photos by Native Americans that commemorate the life and work of Native Americans in history and celebrate American Indian history and culture across generations.

American Indian Museum Heye Center
Partial Recall: Photographs of Native North Americans
May 19, 1996 – July 21, 1996

Explore the relationship between photography and identity in this 2-part exhibition of historical photographs of Native peoples and contemporary works by Native American photographers.

American Indian Museum Heye Center
Puja: Expressions of Hindu Devotion
May 12, 1996 – July 4, 2000

Explore 125 bronze, stone, and wooden objects made in India for puja, an act of personal devotion to a deity.

Sackler Gallery
Contemporary Printmaking in America: Collaborative Prints and Presses
May 10, 1996 – August 4, 1996

Explore collaborative printmaking in contemporary art through some 90 works on paper created by 40 presses from 1960 to 1990.

American Art Museum
Crowning Achievements: African Arts of Dressing the Head
May 8, 1996 – August 18, 1996

View 180 hats, headdresses, and hairstyles that illustrate how African headwear is used to construct identities.

African Art Museum
From a Friend in America: 50 Years of CARE
May 3, 1996 – March 30, 1997

This showcase traces the history of CARE, the Cooperative for American Remittance to Europe, which began its emergency food relief at the end of World War II.  

American History Museum
The Graceful Envelope (1996)
May 1, 1996 – October 6, 1996

These 40 uniquely designed, hand-crafted envelopes, submitted by professional calligraphers from around the world, illustrate different calligraphic methods and styles.

Postal Museum
Help Design Frederick Douglass Circle
April 30, 1996 – June 23, 1996

View drawings, models, and computer simulations that focus on the community effort to redesign Frederick Douglass Circle, located in the northwest corner of Central Park.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Japanese Rarities
April 30, 1996 – October 20, 1996

This exhibition features rare Japanese philatelic items from the Christenson collection.

Postal Museum
Down Through the Years: Stories from the Anacostia Museum's Collection
April 28, 1996 – December 8, 1996

Explore the stories and the histories of objects and artifacts from the museum's collection.

Anacostia Community Museum
American Art Forum: Selected Gifts
April 26, 1996 – June 2, 1996

This showcase features gifts from current American Art Forum members.

American Art Museum
Smithsonian Institution Staff Photo Contest Winners
April 24, 1996 – September 3, 1996

See the winners of a staff photo contest. Winners were chosen in 26 categories and best-in-show. 

American History Museum
Duke Ellington Youth Project for the Arts
April 24, 1996 – May 26, 1996

This student art exhibition is part of the Duke Ellington Youth Project, an on-going partnership between the National Museum of American History's Program in African American Culture and the District of Columbia Public Schools System's Multicultural and Values Education Branch.   

American History Museum
Mathematical Instruments of Spain and Spanish America
April 22, 1996 – September 1, 1997

This showcase features items from the museum's collections to highlight Latino American involvement in making and using mathematical instruments.

American History Museum
Pollinarium Pollinarium
April 19, 1996 – June 21, 2014

Living plants, butterflies, and bees are used to explore pollination.

National Zoo
Visual Journal: Harlem and D.C. in the Thirties and Forties
April 19, 1996 – September 29, 1996

The African American community is chronicled through photographs taken in the 1930s and 1940s by 6 African Americans.

Arts and Industries
Antonio Jacobsen: Painted Ships on Painted Oceans
April 16, 1996 – September 8, 1996

This retrospective exhibition consists of 45 paintings by Antonio Jacobsen (1850-1921), a Danish-American painter who worked in New York.  

American History Museum

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