(Artus Van Briggle, 1897. Photographer unknown. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 001-358.)

Artus Van Briggle, working on clay sculpture at a small table in a yard in front of outbuilding. A young man holding a dog is sitting behind him. Photo is identified on back “Taken in 1897 at the Holmes Ranch, east of Colorado Springs. Boy is William C. Holmes and his dog “Curley”. Taken prior to Van Briggle’s arrival in Colorado Springs.”

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