|Title||PROSPECTORS AT NELSON GULCH|
|Artist||F. Pedretti's Sons|
|Dimensions||H-168 W-102 inches|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
In this mural a group of placer miners work a stream in Nelson Gulch southwest of Helena. The figure on the right, bending over, is Jerry Robinson, and the man seated on the sluice box is Ike Newcomer-two well-known old-timers who came to Montana in the 1860s.
Mural depicting four miners posed around a rocker. There are two packhorses in the middle-ground on the right edge of the image, and mountains receding into the distance.