Two workers looking over a lake during construction of Mt. Evans' scenic byway
A 35mm black and white gelatin silver negative showing two workers looking out over a small lake during construction of Mt. Evans' scenic byway, circa 1935-1939. Both workers are looking away from the camera, with one standing on a rock and pointing across the lake. The top of a mountain is seen rising over the lake in the background. The image is one of three on the same film strip.
This photograph is part of a larger collection of film negatives taken by Jack Sugarman documenting the construction and opening ceremonies of the scenic byway to the summit of Mount Evans in the 1930s. Sugarman was a part of the Conservation Corp. that built the road. The collection was donated to History Colorado in 2019 on behalf of Jack Sugarman.