NEW YORK—Representatives from the American Folk Art Museum held a press conference Wednesday, announcing that the "Legacy in Throw Rugs" exhibit had acquired a rare visitor, Ms. Marnie Schneider, who was discovered near the janitor's closet in the hubcap paintings wing. "Ms. Schneider is a real find, definitely a one of a kind," said head curator Natalie Kiernan, who estimated the historically significant attendee's value was priceless. "You could go years without seeing one of these." Kiernan admitted that, while the visitor had clearly seen some wear and tear, she appeared to be in surprisingly good shape for her age.
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