|Title||RIMINI AND RED MOUNTAIN|
|Artist||Wolle, Muriel Sibell (1898-1989)|
|Dimensions||H-11 W-14 inches|
|Medium||Conte crayon on paper|
A black-and-white depiction of delapidated buildings lining one side of a dirt street. Tall grass surrounds the buildings in the foreground. There is a small cabin on the opposite side of the street in the middle ground, and mountains in the background. "Big Dump Newcomer," "Rimini," and "Red Mt" written in pencil on reverse. Off-white mat with a plain, dark, stressed-wood frame.
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 # 51 on p. 119 of that publication.