New York, Whitney Studio Galleries, Exhibition of Selected Works by Charles Sheeler (1 March-31 March 1924).
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Museum of Art, The Collection of Earl Horter (17 February-13 March 1934).
Chicago, The Arts Club of Chicago, Modern Paintings from the Collection of Mr. Earl Horter of Philadelphia, (3 April-26 April 1934); no. 57
New York, Museum of Modern Art, Charles Sheeler: Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, (1939), no. 11, listed p. 46.
Washington, D.C., National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Charles Sheeler, (10 October-24 November,1968); traveled to Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art (10 January-16 February 1969); New York, Whitney Museum of American Art (11 March-27 April 1969); no. 24, illus. p. 39, mentioned briefly in essays by both Martin Friedman ("The Art of Charles Sheeler: Americana in a Vacuum") p. 40, and Bartlett Hayes ("Reminiscence") p. 70.
Berlin, Academy of Fine Arts, America: Traum und Depression 1920-1940, (1980), pp. 109-137, illus. p. 89, pl. 8, cat. no. 292.
San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Images of America: Precisionist Painting and Modern Photography, (9 September-7 November 1982); traveled to Saint Louis, The Saint Louis Art Museum (6 December 1982-30 January 1983); Baltimore, The Baltimore Museum of Art (28 February-25 April 1983); Des Moines, Des Moines Art Center (23 May-17 July 1983); Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art (15 August-9 October 1983), no. 92, plate 18 (also reproduced on cover), included essay by Karen Tsujimoto entitled "Charles Sheeler: Precisionist Painter and Modern Photographer," (pp. 73-85, 172-173) which discusses the CMA painting.
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Charles Sheeler: Paintings and Drawings, (13 October 1987- 3 January 1988); traveled to New York, Whitney Museum of American Art (28 January-17 April 1988); Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art (15 May-10 July 1988), no. 16, p. 80, also included parts from essay by Carol Troyen and Erica E. Hirshler, "From the Eyes Inward: Paintings and Drawings by Charles Sheeler," (pp. 9-11, 36-37), which point out the fact that the CMA painting was derived from Manhatta.
Cleveland, Cleveland Museum of Art, The Precisionist Aesthetic in American Art (24 January-9 April 1989)
Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Mad for Modernism: Earl Horter and His Collection, (7 March-16 May 1999), plate 78, p. 122, also included two footnotes concerning Sheeler and his relationship to Horter (p. 61), and pp. 173, 180-181, 184.
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, The American Century: Art & Culture 1900-1950 (23 April-22 August 1999), cat. no. 273, illus. p. 148.
Munich, Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Der kühle Blick: Realismus der Zwanzigerjahre in Europa und Amerika (1 June-2 September 2001), illus. p. 311.
National Gallery of Art (5/7/2006-9/4/2006), Art Institute of Chicago (10/15/2006-1/7/2007), Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, MH de Young Museum (2/10/2007-5/6/2007): "Charles Sheeler: Mediums and Messages"
Brooklyn Museum of Art (10/28/2011 - 1/22/2012), Dallas Museum of Art (2/24/2012 - 5/27/2012), and Cleveland Museum of Art (7/1/2012 - 9/16/2012): "Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties", Fig. 105, p. 143.