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Hanging Lamp
Late 1930s
Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees made many different styles of hanging lamps. This one was intended for interior use and is among the most elaborate, with design elements including glass, paint, pierced and stamped designs, tin tubes with cone-shaped ends, and rosettes. Similar lamps are in use in the Visitor Center lobby.
Tin, glass. H 58.5, D 18.0 cm [H 23, D 7 inches]
Bandelier National Monument, BAND 21922