(“FAC Life Class” by Guy Burgess, ca. 1947. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 001-5302.)

Students in life drawing class at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center draw model posing in front of row of lockers. Drawings of skeletons and bones line room. Photo identified on back.

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