1995.001.002

Catalog Date: 
07/28/2009
Gparent: 
3: Personal Artifacts
Object Name: 
Scarf
Parent: 
Clothing -- Accessory
Provenance: 
possibly brought back from Basque Country
Record As: 
Gift
Record Date: 
2/26/95
Record From: 
Juanita "Jay" Hormaechea
Subjects: 
Basque Spanish Bizkaia
large white scarf with many different depictions of Basque culture and a blue border around the scarf; the top left hand corner in the white that is surrounded by the blue border is a group of three sets of flowers around a scroll that has the words in Spanish "Pais Vasco" meaning Basque Country with two Coat of Arms flanking it and one over the top of it; in the middle is an illustrated map of the Basque province of Bizkaia with the cities mapped out and showing pictures of the cities; around the middle map is different illustrations depicting Basque life with the top right being of a Basque picnic and dancing, the middle right is a Cathedral with the Virgin Mary holding a baby Jesus next to it and a scroll saying "NTRA SRA DeBegona" underneath it; bottom right is a fisherman walking into to town with an oar and net; the bottom from right to left after the fisherman is a factory with a scroll saying "Atos Hornos" with "Baracaldo" next to it; next is the Tree of Gernika with the Capitol behind it and the scroll saying "Abola Satuba" and "Guernica" written next to that;on the far left corner is a musician playing a Txistu and with a Tanbolin, which is a drum, on his left side; the border that is sewn on the back is fraying slightly on some edges but not badly; found on 7/28/2009 by Jeff Washburn in CS1.Cab1.SHF3