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This nonaviation exhibition was on display between September 2018 and June 2019 in the D-12 Wall Case gallery, located in Terminal 2 (Boarding Area D)

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Sisters María and Juanita Mendoza were born in Monterrey, Mexico. Although their sister Lydia would become the most famous member of the family, Juanita and María also achieved acclaim as the duet Las Hermanas Mendoza beginning in the 1950s. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie https://t.co/EDCgYBVsC1

"Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records" is on display, post-security, in Terminal 2. https://www.sfomuseum.org:443/exhibitions/down-home-music-story-arhoolie-records #StoryofArhoolie #Arhoolie

#ManceLipscomb referred to himself as a “songster;” his vast repertoire included everything from blues to narrative ballads, spirituals, popular songs, dance tunes, children’s songs, and work songs dating from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. #StoryofArhoolie #Arhoolie

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