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From Parlor to Politics: Women & Reform in America, 1890-1925
June 28, 1990 – August 28, 2004

Women in America who made major contributions to reform, politics, and national life during a time that came to be called the Progressive Era is the focus of this exhibition.  

American History Museum
Directions: Christian Marclay
June 27, 1990 – September 30, 1990

See mundane and discarded materials from the world of music and recording technology transformed by the artist.

Hirshhorn Museum
A Gift from the Heart: Two Pomo Artists
June 21, 1990 – December 31, 1991

Explore over 80 exquisite baskets as well as ethnographic models of traditional ceremonial objects created by California Pomo artists William and Mary Benson.

American Indian Museum Heye Center
"Trust But Verify"/"Do Veri, No Pro Veri"
June 20, 1990 – May 15, 1997

See the Trust But Verify/Do Veri, No Pro Veri explains the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty agreement between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.

Air and Space Museum
INF (Intermediate Nuclear Forces) Treaty Compliance
June 20, 1990 – Closed

See a U.S. Pershing II missile and a Soviet SS-20 missile, examples of the weapons banned by the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

Air and Space Museum
1990 Presidential Scholars in the Arts
June 18, 1990 – June 23, 1990

See works of art by 6 high school award-winners.

American Art Museum
Black Contribution to Postal History
June 16, 1990 – March 15, 1991

Highlight the contribution to postal history by John T. Jackson Sr., who was Postmaster of Atlantis, Virginia, from 1891-1940. 

American History Museum
Gorilla: Struggle for Survival in the Virungas
June 15, 1990 – August 12, 1990

Color photographs by Michael "Nick" Nichols show a fragile ecosystem where people threaten the last 200 members of a nearly extinct species of mountain gorillas in Rwanda, Africa. 

Natural History Museum
Bay Area Figurative Art, 1950-1965
June 13, 1990 – September 9, 1990

See 88 works that present a definitive look at the postwar expressionist impulse as manifested on the West Coast. 

Hirshhorn Museum
The Five of Hearts: Henry Adams and His Washington Circle
June 9, 1990 – November 4, 1990

See portraits, photographs, and memorabilia of this late 19th-century circle of friends in Washington, DC.

Portrait Gallery
Working for Time: The Covers of Robert Vickrey
June 9, 1990 – November 4, 1990

View 20 portraits by Robert Vickrey, which appeared on the cover of Time magazine.

Portrait Gallery
The Doghouse
June 8, 1990 – October 14, 1990

See doghouses created by leading American architects and designers that are accessible to visitors with visual impairments, in this exhibition developed in collaboration with Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Missouri Portfolio: The Drawings of George Caleb Bingham
June 8, 1990 – August 19, 1990

View approximately 55 drawings, most of which are related to his paintings of western life.

American Art Museum
Pre-Hispanic Foods of Mexico/Presencia de la Comida Prehispanica
June 1, 1990 – September 30, 1990

See photographs of foods that were eaten by the people of Mexico before Columbus's arrival in the New World.

Ripley Center
Recent Acquisition: Drawing for the Southwest Pieta
June 1, 1990 – June 30, 1990

See a study for sculpture created for the city of Albuquerque by Luis Jimenez, Jr.

American Art Museum
Yokohama: Prints from 19th-Century Japan
May 27, 1990 – September 9, 1990

Enjoy 80 woodblock prints that focus on the manners and customs of the foreign residents of the port city of Yokohama.

Sackler Gallery
American Collages from the Permanent Collection
May 24, 1990 – September 23, 1990

View collages, mostly from the 1960s, by such artists as Joseph Cornell, Romare Bearden, and Robert Motherwell. 

Hirshhorn Museum
1990 Discover Graphics
May 20, 1990 – July 19, 1990

See etchings and lithographs created by local high school students selected to participate in the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program during 1989-1990 school year.

Ripley Center
Life in the Ancient Seas
May 18, 1990 – October 21, 2013

Fantastic marine fossils tell the story of evolution and extinction in the seas in three acts: the Paleozoic Era (540 to 250 million years ago), the Mesozoic Era (250 to 65 million years ago), and the Cenozoic Era (65 million years ago to today).

Natural History Museum
Yoruba: Nine Centuries of African Art and Thought
May 16, 1990 – August 26, 1990

View 100 masterworks of the Yoruba people of Nigeria and Benin.

African Art Museum

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