(“A Prize Sundae” by Myron Wood, April 1961. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 002-3090.)

Young man pouring topping on enormous sundae on countertop in school kitchen. Two other young men and a young woman are watching; an older woman sits in backgorund. Counter in front has containers for mustard, ketchup, straws and napkins. Stainless steel equipment in background has sign “Lyons Root Beer Ice Cold”. Photo identified on back as Rastall Center, The Colorado College.

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