Six page color brochure from Husberg Fine Arts Gallery. The brochure, with the gallery's name on the cover, is an invitation to a "3 Man Show". A photo is on the cover of a cattle skull with a snake coiled around the horns in front of wood panels. Inside the brochure two pages are devoted to each artist with a photo of the artist, sample work, and a short blurb about the artist. The three artists are Don Crowley, Juan Dell, and John Falter. Falter is featured last. His painting "St. Joseph, Missouri, Wednesday, August 10, 1859", of Abraham Lincoln sitting on a bank beside the Missouri River is printed on the left page. The right page has two paragraphs written by Mary Elizabeth (Boo) Falter about her husband and his work. On the right edge is a black and white photograph of Falter, his signature is printed in white on the bottom of the photo. On the back of the page is a print of "Road Through The Woods" of a sleigh pulling a kid on a sled through the woods by Falter. The last and first page of the brochure detail the show times and information on the Husberg Fine Art Gallery. The back page has the address and a photograph of the gallery.