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Slide Box D-0309 - Trinchera Cave and Van Bremer Arroyo

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 23-24

Scope and Contents

“Plains Biographic Style”: Overviews of Trinchera Cave showing habitation features and the following elements on multiple panels: pecked anthropomorph, bird-like elements, 2 quadrupeds, cupules or bullet holes, lines, basin metate, quadruped with antlers and infilled body, 2 connected circles, concentric circles, shield figure with arrow, solid pecked outlined circle, parallel lines, open circle, quadruped with bow and arrow, 2 rows of older connected upside down “U”s, “1955 SURPAC”.

Scratched: parallel lines with zig-zags.

Red painted: 5-6 quadrupeds, over-pecked, unstable antlered quadruped, 3 or more anthropomorphs, one quadruped, hand print, several wavy lines, snake, unclosed circle, shield figure.

Charcoal: “WNRB,” horse and rider, antlered quadruped impaled by possible projectiles.


  • 1983 - 2018


Conditions Governing Access

No special conditions restricting access or use. Collection is open for research.


32 Photographic Slides

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Pueblo City-County Library District Special Collections Repository

100 E Abriendo Ave
Pueblo Colorado 80910-2147 United States