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This week on #SFOMat40: In 2013, we presented “Souvenirs: Tokens of Travel,” which featured objects found in souvenir shops around the world. Do you remember this exhibition? https://t.co/e79BCCvfWk #SFOMat40 #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on September 17, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2003, we presented "The Flight Bag: Icon of Air Travel" which featured dozens of flight bags from various airlines. Do you remember this exhibition? #TBTSFOM #avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 27, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2013, we presented, “From Ship to Shore: Nautical Arts from the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park" (@SFMaritimeNPS) featuring nineteenth- and early twentieth-century sea-inspired artifacts. https://t.co/XOIdgkXiKp #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on April 02, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 1998, we presented A World View of Puppets, which featured dozens of puppets from cultures around the world. #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40

This tweet was posted on March 05, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2015, we presented “Classic Monsters: The Kirk Hammett Collection” which featured dozens of objects from Universal’s monster movies from the 1920s to the 1950s. Do you remember this exhibition? https://t.co/ALsJQ6xOrW #KirksMonsters #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on August 06, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2015, we presented “Life and Style in the Age of Art Deco” featuring objects showcasing the #ArtDeco style from the 1920 to the 40s. Do you remember this exhibition? #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome https://t.co/plEAueWSNi

This tweet was posted on July 16, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2012, we presented “From Repack to Rwanda, The Origins, Evolution and Global Reach of the #MountainBike” which featured 40 years of innovation by Bay Area designers and builders. #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome https://t.co/sYEIXvwktj

This tweet was posted on April 16, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 1991, we presented “Muted Exhortations” which featured sculptures by artist Kathleen McCarthy, focusing on the difficulties of communication for those with disabilities. Do you know sign language? #TBTSFOM #ASL #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on August 20, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 2013, we presented "Classic Plastics: 1870s-1970s" which explored one hundred years of plastic design from the 1870s to the 1970s. #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40 https://t.co/dDtxvKYiWB

This tweet was posted on February 20, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 2014, we presented "Studio Glass, The Art of Marvin Lipofsky, Richard Marquis, John Lewis, and Elin Christopherson." #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40 https://t.co/6FnjnKuJv5

This tweet was posted on January 09, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2003, we presented “Mapping America,” which featured dozens of maps of the United States of America from colonial times to the nineteenth century. Do you remember seeing this exhibition? #SFOMTBT

This tweet was posted on February 13, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2013, we presented, “The Art of Recology: The Artist in Residence Program 1990-2013” which featured art from dozens of artists involved in @RecologySF’s Artist in Residence program. Do you remember this exhibition? https://t.co/nCNebJQLSf #TBTSFOM

This tweet was posted on March 12, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2012, we presented “Threading the Needle: Sewing in the Machine Age” which featured the development of the domestic sewing machine from the 1850s to the 1970s. Do you remember this exhibition? https://t.co/c0KxjOsHb6 #TBTSFOM

This tweet was posted on August 13, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2009, we presented “Pacific Coast League: The West Coast’s Major League 1903–1957” featuring sports memorabilia such as jerseys, balls, bats, and shoes, and historic photographs. Do you miss sports as much as we do? #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome #OpeningDay

This tweet was posted on July 23, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 1999, we presented "Beauty and Culture: From the Collection of the POLA Research Institute of Beauty and Culture, Tokyo, Japan," which featured the history of Japanese makeup from the 1700s to the 1900s. Do you remember this exhibition? #TBTSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 30, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 1999, we presented “Barbie® Takes a Vacation” featuring the iconic doll in adventurous locations. Do you remember this exhibition? #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40

This tweet was posted on February 06, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2001, we presented "#Origami: The Art of Paper Folding" featuring birds, fish, airplanes, rockets, and fantasy creatures made by students in after-school programs at Everett Middle School and Marshall Elementary School in SF. #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on March 19, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 2014, we presented “When Art Rocked: San Francisco Music Posters” which featured posters advertising concerts from 1966 to 1971. #SFOMTBT #SFOMat40 https://t.co/v2KFqW8WQj

This tweet was posted on May 28, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 2016, we presented, "The Mysterious Talking Board: Ouija and Beyond," featuring over 100 historical Ouija Boards. Have you ever played with a Ouija Board? #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40

This tweet was posted on January 23, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2018, we presented “A Legacy of Pride: Gilbert Baker and the 40th Anniversary of the Rainbow Flag” featuring a rainbow flag sewn by Gilbert Baker, the original designer of what has now become the universal symbol of queer pride. #TBTSFOM #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on July 09, 2020.

In honor of our 40th anniversary, every week this year we are highlighting one of our past exhibitions. In 2011, we presented "The Enduring Designs of Josef Frank" featuring textiles and furnishings by Josef Frank, a leading pioneer of Swedish Modern design. #TBTSFOM #SFOMat40

This tweet was posted on January 16, 2020.

This week on #SFOMat40: In 2001, we presented “Eames Connection” celebrating Charles & Ray Eames. Their philosophy was practical & personal, characterized by a drive to bring good design & modern products to the general public. Do you remember this exhibit? #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on September 10, 2020.