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Images from the past: 1990, Actor Dudley Moore visits National Museum of African Art #tbt #africanartat50 #africa @smithsonian

Images from the past: 1990, Actor Dudley Moore visits National Museum of African Art #tbt #africanartat50 #africa @smithsonian

Actor Gregory Peck, Veronique Peck, and unidentified woman admire African art at National Museum of African Art #tbt #africanartat50 #africa

Actor Gregory Peck, Veronique Peck, and unidentified woman admire African art at National Museum of African Art #tbt #africanartat50 #africa

National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins at the "Language of Art" exhibition installation #africanartat50 #tbt  #africa

National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins at the "Language of Art" exhibition installation #africanartat50 #tbt #africa

In 1984, Secretary Robert McCormick Adams, wearing a construction hat, checks the construction of the underground museum complex that will house the National Museum of African Art, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and S. Dillon Ripley International Center. The complex opened three years later. #africanartat50 @Freer|Sackler

In 1984, Secretary Robert McCormick Adams, wearing a construction hat, checks the construction of the underground museum complex that will house the National Museum of African Art, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and S. Dillon Ripley International Center. The complex opened three years later. #africanartat50 @Freer|Sackler

#tbt Celebrating Kwanzaa at the National Museum of African Art in 1979-1980 #africanartat50 #africa

#tbt Celebrating Kwanzaa at the National Museum of African Art in 1979-1980 #africanartat50 #africa

1978: Joan Mondale playing the drums after a press conference at the National Museum of African Art with (l-r) Rep. Lindy Boggs, Rep. Walter E. Fauntroy, Warren Robbins (founder of the Museum) and Sen. Wendell Anderson #africanartat50 #africa

1978: Joan Mondale playing the drums after a press conference at the National Museum of African Art with (l-r) Rep. Lindy Boggs, Rep. Walter E. Fauntroy, Warren Robbins (founder of the Museum) and Sen. Wendell Anderson #africanartat50 #africa

1964: National Museum of African Art director Warren Robbins presents then President Lyndon Johnson with a copy of his book, African Art in American Collections #tbt #africanartat50 #africa @smithsonian

1964: National Museum of African Art director Warren Robbins presents then President Lyndon Johnson with a copy of his book, African Art in American Collections #tbt #africanartat50 #africa @smithsonian

#tbt National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins with visitors in the comparative gallery in the museum's first home on A street #africanartat50 #africa

#tbt National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins with visitors in the comparative gallery in the museum's first home on A street #africanartat50 #africa

1987: Exhibits Specialist Steve Smith places a plexiglass case over an artifact in National Museum of African Art gallery #tbt #africanartat50

1987: Exhibits Specialist Steve Smith places a plexiglass case over an artifact in National Museum of African Art gallery #tbt #africanartat50

1977: National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins with Roots author Alex Haley #tbt #africanartat50 #africa

1977: National Museum of African Art founder Warren Robbins with Roots author Alex Haley #tbt #africanartat50 #africa

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