The newly-completed high school in Eagle, Colorado, is a two- story brick building by John J. Huddard, architect and engineer; textured decorative panels are between the first- and second-story double-hung windows, stairs lead to the central entrance, and a cornice, to which a scaffold is attached by ropes, is around the roofline. Ten men pose in front of the building; five are workmen, four are dressed more formally, and one man is on crutches. Two trunks, building materials, two stumps, and a sapling are in the dirt yard around the school; a building is in the background.
[between 1880 and 1920?]
Formerly F36997.; Hand-written on back of photoprint: From: John J. Huddart Architect & Engineer, 408-9 Bank Block, Denver Album; Title hand-written on front of original negative or photoprint.; R7100080077
1 copy photonegative ; 10 x 13 cm. (4 x 5 in.); 1 photoprint ; 11 x 17 cm. (4 3/4 x 6 1/2 in.)