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RT @hot2hdl: Thank you@flySFO and @SFOMuseum for featuring Philippines' Basketry at the SFO Intl Terminal! #Culture #Philippines http://t.c…

This tweet was posted on October 07, 2013.
 

Decorative finishes on #basketry from the Philippines includes subtle lizard-shaped handles: http://t.co/zWhuCc33w0

This tweet was posted on October 15, 2013.

Have you ever flown on Philippine Airlines? #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on August 09, 2016.

#HappyBirthday to Philippine Airlines (PAL), which was founded #onthisday in 1941. #Avgeek #aviation #PhilippineAirlines

This tweet was posted on February 26, 2018.
 

Making sure everything is 'just so' for our newest exhibit of Philippine #Basketry http://t.co/1ANqcSVxCl

This tweet was posted on July 18, 2013.

#HappyBirthday to Philippine Airlines (PAL), which was founded #onthisday in 1941. #Aviationhistory #Avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 26, 2017.
 

Amazing eclipse photo from the Philippines is an airline logo waiting to happen: http://t.co/wuQZX6wx (via @MailOnline) #aviation

This tweet was posted on May 21, 2012.
 

New exhibit alert! Installation is underway in the IT for Philippine Basketry: Luzon Cordillera from @FowlerMuseum http://t.co/WqlXBmIeMz

This tweet was posted on July 18, 2013.
 

Hats from the Luzon Cordillera in the Philippines provide shelter from the elements, serve as status… http://t.co/y1mjujeXEE

This tweet was posted on October 18, 2013.

How many SF landmarks can you name from this 1950 map distributed by Philippine Air Lines? #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on August 12, 2016.
 

Beauty & function merge with this large basket from the Philippines, made to store live locusts: http://t.co/DhTurfD8ok

This tweet was posted on August 06, 2013.

Philippine Air Lines (PAL) was established in 1941. By 1948, PAL was flying DC-6s from Manila to @flySFO via Guam, Wake Island, and Honolulu. Have you ever flown on Philippine Air Lines? #avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 26, 2020.

Philippine Air Lines (PAL) was established in 1941 by various businessmen, including Andrés Soriano. #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on August 09, 2016.
 

MT @sfomuseum: New exhibit alert! Installation is underway 4 Philippine Basketry: Luzon Cordillera from @FowlerMuseum http://t.co/WqlXBmIeMz

This tweet was posted on July 18, 2013.
 

There are only a few more days to see our exhibit of Philippine #basketry! http://t.co/4Dx5BcXAyX It's pre-TSA in the IT & it's #free!

This tweet was posted on January 29, 2014.

John P. McKenzie moved from the Philippines to the US in 1964 & joined @creativityxplrd in 1989. #ArtAndDisability

This tweet was posted on May 16, 2016.

#OnThisDay in 1946, #Philippine Airlines became the first Asian Airline to cross the Pacific Ocean. #avgeek #aviationhistory #airlinemap

This tweet was posted on July 31, 2017.
 

In the Philippines, as in many areas of the world, smaller animal foods such as fish and eels were… http://t.co/VShIDAomNV

This tweet was posted on September 20, 2013.

Philippine Air Lines (PAL) was founded #onthisday in 1941 by various businessmen, including Andrés Soriano, who was the president of the San Miguel brewery. #avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 26, 2019.

#OnThisDay in 1946, #Philippine Airlines became the first Asian Airline to cross the Pacific Ocean. This non-scheduled flight from Manila to Oakland, CA, took 41 hours and stopped at Guam, Kwajalein, and Honolulu, flying a DC-4. #avgeek #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on July 31, 2020.

#OnThisDay in 1935, the first of three Martin M-130 #flyingboats was delivered to Pan American Airways. Named the "China Clipper", this M-130 would go on to make history by inaugurating the first scheduled #transpacific air mail service from California to the Philippines. #avgeek

This tweet was posted on October 09, 2018.

Can you imagine a roundtrip flight from the Philippine capital of Manila, to California taking 15 days? In 1935, the first scheduled transpacific airmail flight took 8 days to reach Manila from Alameda, and 4 days to come back, for a total of 123 flight hours. #avgeek #PanAm

This tweet was posted on December 06, 2019.