(“Antique Shop, Manitou Springs” by Myron Wood. August, 1967. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 002-1157.)

Exterior view of store in Manitou Springs with old pickup truck parked in front and boy on bicycle riding past. Signs on building include “Museum and Antiques for Sale”. Street signs in front of building read “Manitou Ave.” and “Ruxton Ave.” and “Speed Limit 25″. Billboards for North Pole and Iron Springs Melodrama are above the building.

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