1996.004.002

Catalog Date: 
06/22/2009
Gparent: 
6: T&E For Communication
Object Name: 
Sign
Parent: 
Visual Communication T&E
People: 
Jay Hormaechea
Provenance: 
From the farm of Jay Hormaechea
Record As: 
Gift
Record Date: 
7/1/96
Record From: 
Juanita "Jay" Hormaechea
Subjects: 
SIgns Nameplates Plaques Wooden signs
Wooden sign with the name "Hormachea" written upon it in bold white lettering; on left side of sign is two basque dancers in traditional clothes with the male in full white and a green sash acting as a belt, a red beret, black hair and brown knee pads on both knees; the female is in a white blouse, red dress that has a black apron over the top of it with shoes that lace up over white socks; the female's right foot is missing and according to the donor file was broken off before the BMCC obtained sign; neither figures have facial features; the sign, as the donor file says: "Hung above Jay's (Hormachea) door at 1321 W. Hays Street until May, 1996." besides the foot, no other marks besides a small cut behind the second "H" in the name; found in CS1 in June of 2009 by Michael Vogt