(“Café and Bus Stop” [Ft. Garland, Colorado] by Myron Wood, 1965. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 002-5908.)

Small groups of men sitting at small tables in restaurant playing cards. Wall behind has large mural of mountain scene. Man in center is wearing holstered pistol. Note on back reads “Cafe & bus stop Ft. Garland, Colo. Side arms caused by lettuce workers strike.”

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