Citation"Barber Pole, Weeping Water, Nebraska
(Wright Morris) , 2010.540.8,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Jun 03, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/337025.
The photograph shows a weathered, striped pole with a round top sitting on a sidewalk in front of a building with four steps leading up to a door over which hangs a sign that reads “Baths.” There are large windows to either side of the doorway. The pole sits on a square base, the bottom is rounded with three bands tapering in to a slightly inward curving section before flaring out to a wider lip. Above the lip is a round section, the central, striped section tapers slightly inward as it rises to a flared section and ends with the ball at the top.