24.50 in HIGH x 17.88 in WIDE
(62.23 cm HIGH x 45.40 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster is printed on white paper with text and images in black. Poster is bounded by a thin black line overall. The top of the poster has the text: "El Teatro Campesino / Presents" the following text is created by the arrangement of small drawings that resemble bones: "El Dia De Los / Muertos". Below this text, the center of the poster has a large stylized drawing. The drawing depicts a building that has the characteristics of a human face, nose and eyes at top, and a row of teeth in the large archway, the building appears to be shaking and the right side of the building is crumbling, perhaps a depiction of an earthquake. In the foreground there are a number of skeleton figures dressed as men and women, they all seem to be reacting to the possible earthquake, some are running some, have their hands reaching up to the sky, while others are dancing. The bottom of the poster has the text: "Oct 30, 1977 San Juan Bautista / For More Information PH. 408-6234505 / Events: Begins At 3:00 P.M. - Indian Dances At Old Mission Cemetary (sic) /Calavera Procession Through Main St. - Decoration Of Family Grave Sites At City Cemetary (sic) / Festivities At Community Hall - Music, Booths, Plus Special Added Attraction - / Preview Performance Of 'El Fin Del Mundo' By El Teatro Campesino / 'Dia De Los Muertos Is Part Of The, ' Miracle Mystery Historical Cycle Of San Juan Bautista' " .
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