Accession Number: 2000.0020.0001
Designed and constructed in the garage of a local metalworker, it is composed of a 6-ft. diameter plastic globe with 11 metal spikes, each of which has a light bulb at its point. The identifying text consists of open channel letters spelling out the name of the former Anaheim shopping center in incandescent bulbs. The sign is currently mounted on a 48-in. steel-framed, wheeled support for portability sake.
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Ohio Revised Code Section 3385.07, Presumption of Gift to Museum
Any property that, one or after the effective date of this section, is delivered to a museum or left on museum property, is not solicited by the museum, is from an unknown source, and might reasonably be assumed to have been intended as a gift to the museum, shall conclusively be presumed to be a git to the museum, if there is no claim of ownership to the property within ninety days after the museum receives or otherwise discovers the property.