|Title||PARROT SMELTER ON JEFFERSON RIVER|
|Artist||Wolle, Muriel Sibell (1898-1989)|
|Dimensions||H-9 W-12 inches|
|Medium||Conte crayon on paper|
This drawing was produced by the artist for her book, "Montana Pay Dirt: A Guide to the Mining Camps of the Treasure State" (Denver: Sage Press, 1963). It is illustration # 92 on p. 203 of that publication.
A black-and-white landscape depicting the Parrot Smelter building in the foreground on the left, and a grassy hill in the foreground on the right. The Jefferson River runs from the middle ground on the right edge to the foreground in the lower left. There are trees on the far bank, and a bridge acros the river. There are mountains in the background.