Photograph of a painting depicting a Spaniard and a "Gringo" meeting outside of a western saloon, ca.1898. The "Gringo" sits on his horse with one hand on his pistol. He glares at the Spaniard (or Mexican?) with a threatening look on his fast. The Spaniard is about to tie his horse to the post in front of the saloon. He notices the "Gringo" staring at him. Both men are wearing mustaches, are wearing hats, and carry a pistol holstered on their belts. Three other men stand in front of the saloon watching onward. A man watches from afar (at right). A sign on one of the saloon's posts reads: "Lage[...] beer". Picture file card reads: "Out West. 'The days of '49'".