This photograph is in black and white. It shows five men sitting in folding chairs looking towards the camera with a single tent behind them. The tent has wood sides and a white canvas top with a stove pipe protruding from the left side. There are shovels and pickaxes leaning against the right side of the tent against the wood. The first man from the left is wearing a flat cap with black pants, suspenders, and a button-up long-sleeved shirt, and has his hands on his knees. The second man sits with legs crossed wearing a fedora, and a kerchief around his neck with his hands in his lap. The third man is facing slightly to the left of the camera, and wears a black vest and pants with a white long-sleeved shirt and a narrow brimmed hat. The fourth man is sitting with his arms crossed looking down and to the left of the camera. He wears slim leggings that lace up on the outer calf. The fifth man is sitting with his legs crossed and one hand on his knee. He is wearing a fedora, black vest, and a long-sleeved shirt. The men are identified as Judge Bedford, A.J. Dombrasky, E.S. Riggo, Hal Riggo, and J.B. Abbott, in writing on the bottom of the photograph.
black and white photograph
Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections
Copyright University Archives, Fort Hays State University
Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "080-04: Judge Bedford, A. J. Dombrasky, E. S. Riggo, Hal Riggo, and J. B. Abbott" (2021). George Sternberg Album #3 - South American Views. 241.