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Beginning in 1929 transnational service was launched between Texas and Mexico City. View objects from To Mexico by Air http://t.co/QomTlo4l

This tweet was posted on November 01, 2011.

#Aeromexico is currently the flag carrier of #Mexico, and based in Mexico City. The airline flies to over 100 cities worldwide. The Eagle Knight emblem is an important figure from Mexico's indigenous heritage. Have you ever flown on Aeromexico? #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on January 22, 2019.

Mexico was one of Pan American first international destinations. #PanAm #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on July 12, 2016.

#Indigenous #Mayan women from #Chiapas, #Mexico have woven on #backstrap #looms for centuries. #empoweringthreads

This tweet was posted on September 27, 2017.

Pantelhó, #Mexico is home to communities of Tzotzil-speaking #Mayan artisans who weave distinctive, backstrap-loomed textiles. #EmpoweringThreads

This tweet was posted on December 19, 2017.
 

In the 1970s, Western Airlines "Fiesta Flights" from the US to Mexico featured knock-your-socks-off plate settings: http://ow.ly/6OM0m

This tweet was posted on October 05, 2011.
 

Charles Lindbergh avidly promoted aviation's development & flew Pan Am's 1st airmail flight to Mexico City in 1929 http://t.co/HiUJZcNS

This tweet was posted on November 21, 2011.

In August 1929, a trip from Brownsville to Mexico City, cost $100, the same as $1,404.89 today. #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on July 12, 2016.

Conquest of Space by Rufino Tamayo was the first sculpture by Tamayo to be permanently placed outside of Mexico.

This tweet was posted on January 06, 2016.
 

Service from Brownsville, Texas to Mexico started in 1929, operated by Compañía Mexicana de Aviación, a division of #PanAm. #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on July 12, 2016.
 

This jacket's motif is an important symbol for Mexican culture & politics & is similar to Mexico's Coat of Arms http://t.co/FBEOcCeN

This tweet was posted on December 06, 2011.

#Mexico was one of #PanAm's first international destinations, with air mail & passenger services starting in 1929. #TravelTuesday #avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 14, 2017.
 

We'll take that as a compliment : ) RT @peacearoni: Historic artifacts of Mexico and Motorcycle display.... #SFO you are obscure.

This tweet was posted on December 19, 2011.
 

In the spirit of Dia de los Muertos check out the The Spirited Folk Arts of Mexico exhibition at SFO http://t.co/QIhECPMB

This tweet was posted on November 02, 2011.

After a trip to #Mexico, #RuthAsawa was inspired by #looped #wire #basketry used to store produce. #AModernApproach #midcentury #design

This tweet was posted on September 28, 2016.

This 1947 #PanAm ad shows textiles similar to ones in our #EmpoweringThreads exhibit. Have you been to #Mexico or #Guatemala? #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on October 31, 2017.

After a trip to #Mexico, #RuthAsawa was inspired by #looped #wire #basketry used to store produce in the marketplace #5womenartists #WHM2017

This tweet was posted on March 23, 2017.
 

The idea of the Tree of Life runs through many cultures. View a modern example in "The Spirited Folk Arts of Mexico" http://t.co/snAwjRYB

This tweet was posted on September 19, 2011.
 

"The Spirited Folk Arts of Mexico" closes next week. Check it out in the IT (FREE, pre-TSA, open 24/7) while your can! http://t.co/gEtH45If

This tweet was posted on December 16, 2011.

Today, #JolomMayaetik holds educational courses, lobbies for political inclusion, and lectures locally and internationally to promote the rights of women and indigenous people in #Mexico.

This tweet was posted on January 20, 2018.

A deteriorating Egyptian temple depicts Africa; verdant flora, remote mountains, and a view of the Veracruz region of Mexico represent North America. #ZuberScenicWallpaper #MuseumFromHome #WallpaperWednesday #Zuber

This tweet was posted on September 02, 2020.

Jolom Mayaetik, which translates to "Women Who Weave" from Mayan Tzotzil, was founded in 1996 and is one of the most progressive weaving cooperatives in Chiapas, Mexico. #EmpoweringThreads

This tweet was posted on February 27, 2018.

This is the last week to see "#EmpoweringThreads: Textiles of Jolom Mayaetik," featuring traditional Mayan weaving from Los Altos de Chiapas, located in the central highlands of southern Mexico.

This tweet was posted on March 27, 2018.

#Onthisday in 1929, #CharlesLindbergh piloted a Ford 5-AT Tri-Motor for the on the first southbound airmail service from Brownsville Municipal Airport in Brownsville, Texas, to Mexico City, via Tampico. #avgeek

This tweet was posted on March 10, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Dry Lights" by #XavierChassaing. This short film creates a surreal, dream-like voyage through a series of site-specific art installations in the vast and varied landscape of southern #Mexico. https://t.co/sF35EXYnTl #VideoArtsSFOM https://t.co/CIL0Dwbs7L

This tweet was posted on May 07, 2018.

#CleveJones (with hand raised) and colleagues unfurled a 1.25 mile-long “Sea-to-Sea” flag in Key West, made by #GilbertBaker, for the 25th Anniversary of the #rainbowflag stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. #RainbowFlagSFO

This tweet was posted on November 30, 2018.

#OnThisDay in 1982, #Braniff Airways ceased operations. After World War II, Braniff flew internationally to the Caribbean, Mexico, and other parts of Latin America, and began doing business as Braniff International Airways. What are your favorite Braniff memories?

This tweet was posted on May 12, 2018.

In “Eldorado”, an Egyptian temple depicts Africa; Asia is represented by the Bosporus River and the Hagia Sofia; an Italian lake paints a romantic picture of Europe; verdant flora, remote mountains, and a view of Mexico represent North America. #ZuberScenicWallpaper

This tweet was posted on November 27, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: “Native.” Celebrate #IndigenousPeoplesDay with a short film at SFO. Pride in family and culture among #Navajo Nation members in Shiprock, New Mexico, is the focus of this documentary produced by high school students. https://t.co/CUl2Yws9n8 @spy_hop #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 14, 2019.

A deteriorating Egyptian temple depicts Africa; verdant flora, remote mountains, and a view of the Veracruz region of Mexico represent North America; a fertile staircase overlooking an Italian lake paints a romantic picture of Europe. #ZuberScenicWallpaper #WallpaperWednesday

This tweet was posted on March 04, 2020.

Ruth Asawa (1926–2013) was a revered Bay Area artist who worked in sculpture and created a handful of functional objects. After a trip to Mexico, she was inspired by looped wire basketry used to store produce and eggs in the marketplace. #CaliforniaCrafts

This tweet was posted on July 25, 2019.

A deteriorating Egyptian temple depicts Africa; Asia is represented by the Bosporus River and a building reminiscent of the Hagia Sofia; an Italian lake paints a romantic picture of Europe; a view of the Veracruz region of Mexico represent North America. #ZuberScenicWallpaper

This tweet was posted on September 13, 2019.

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

This tweet was posted on December 05, 2018.

Did you know that the Stanford Powwow is happening this weekend? Catch a glimpse of what it is like in our newest Video Arts video! "POWWOW" is a portrait of the Gathering of Nations Powwow, a celebration of Native American culture held in New Mexico. https://t.co/5EXdAmvnL0 https://t.co/av6KJ9ywgJ

This tweet was posted on May 11, 2018.