We Lived on Snowballs and Pepper that First Winter (1973)
AKA 3 Miners
From "Juneau: A Book of Woodcuts"
Unknown proofs were produced (unnumbered)
Print size: 14" x 18"
Image size: 11 ⅞" x 14 ½"
For those who made it to Harrisburg-Juneau, that first winter was a tough one. The snow was deep and the Taku winds blew cold and bitter down the valley. There wasn't much to eat and the wry town joke had it that they lived mostly on "snowballs and pepper."
Original price: $30.00