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H: 13 in, L: 29.625 in, width: 2.75 in, bracket height: 7.25 in, bracket length: 7.25 in, bracket width: 1.25 in
Gift of Margery Gibson Ross
Lettered on both sides in silver: DR (R slightly raised with upside-down triangle under it) LANE
Wood sign, lettered on both sides in silver; main area board is undercoated in silver with an over coat of grainy black that leaves silver exposed for letters; quarter-round inner frame and 3/4 x 2-3/4" outer wood frame, both with mitered corners, painted black, 2 carriage bolts through top and bottom edges of frame; iron strap `L' mounts attached with screws to top and bottom of one end for mounting to building. Dr. Francis Lane was the first woman doctor to come to Cody. She came when the dam was started in 1902 (Dam construction began in 1905, LJH, 11/21/2008) and died here January 19, 1938.
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Buffalo Bill Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.