|Title||CHICO, EMIGRANT GULCH|
|Artist||Wolle, Muriel Sibell (1898-1989)|
|Dimensions||H-9.5 W-12.5 inches|
|Medium||Conte crayon on paper|
This drawing was produced by the artist while working on her book, "Montana Pay Dirt: A Guide to the Mining Camps of the Treasure State" (Denver: Sage Press, 1963), however, this illustration does not appear in that publication.
Black-and-white depiction of delapidated buildings. A two-story building in the foreground has a sign that reads: "Conlin's Confectionary / Tobacco / Soft Drinks." There are two highline poles and a barbed-wire fence in the foreground, and a dirt road winds in front of the buildings. There are mountains in the background with Emigrant Peak in the center.