Santiago Jiménez, Sr. (1913–84), born in San Antonio, Texas, began to play the accordion at the age of eight. His father Patricio, born in Eagle Pass, Texas, also played the accordion. Jiménez, Sr., was known for his use of the two-row button accordion even after the still popular three-row instruments were introduced. During the 1930s, he and Narciso Martínez pioneered the use of the accordion in Texas-Mexican music. Jiménez, Sr. enjoyed a long recording career into the 1950s and ’60s. Flaco Jiménez and his brother, Santiago Jiménez, Jr., continued in their father’s footsteps—both continue to perform today. "Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records" is on display, post-security, in Terminal 2. This video was posted on February 22, 2019.

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Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records
This nonaviation exhibition was on display between September 2018 and June 2019 in the 2A Boomerang Gallery gallery, located in Terminal 2