Wooden chair (possibly oak) painted with green enamel paint has a plain, inward-curving top rail, six vertical slats between chair seat and top rail, arms that curve into a scroll shape and attached to the chair seat, double stretchers between front legs, back legs, and front and back legs.
Chair was among the artifacts found in the Trinidad Pioneer Museum storage area at the east end of what is currently the Santa Fe Trail Museum. Arthur Roy Mitchell, first curator at the Baca, Bloom, and Pioneer Museums received numerous artifacts that were not recorded as they came in. H.7200.2.B matches H.7200.2.A, but .B was painted green. H.7200.2.A-.C is a similar, but not identical chair. No explanation exists regarding the inclusion of these three chairs under one number. Chairs were accessioned on June 27, 1960.