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Chief Little Deer and Dancers, Mesa Verde National Park, a real photo black and white postcard.
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View from Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park. A black and white photo.
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A black and white photo of the Square Tower House in the Mesa Verde National Park Ruins. It was taken in the distance and is surrounded by trees, shrub, and brush along with other ruins off to the right.
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A postcard of the Square Tower Ruins that can be found at Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado. It is a set of ruins that used to be cliff dwellings that sit up against the bottom of a cliff with a slight overhang.
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A picture of the dwellings that are underneath the cliff that the Spruce Tree House sits on top of.
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Cliff Palace, from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman, b/w postcard.
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Spruce Tree House - Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, color postcard.
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Cliff Palace No. 1, Mesa Verde, a real photo black and white postcard, produced during the White Border era.
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Spruce Tree House - Plaza D before repair and after repair, Mesa Verde National Park, Mancos, Colorado, b/w double panel postcard.
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Balcony House, Mancos, Colorado, b/w postcard. Postmarked in Mancos on April 26, 1907, to Miss I. (or J.) Henderson in Tacoma, Washington. Written, on the front.
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A picture of ruins located by a cliff at Mesa Verde National Park.
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Close view of the Sun Temple archaeological site, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Side view of Cliff Palace.
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Slight overhead view of Spruce Tree Ruin, rock shelter, and conifers on top of cliff and in foreground. Photo includes visitors which gives scale to the size of the ruins. Description on back states: One of the better preserved of the large cliff dwellings, this ruin is a five-minute walk from the Mesa Verde Museum.
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Picture Rock, Yellow Jacket Canon, Mesa Verde Ruins, Colorado, sepia toned postcard.
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View of Far View Pit Ruin on a grassy flat. Ruin is excavated with partial walls, kiva, and low retainer wall in front. The edges of the postcard are scalloped. The number 96295-B is located on the bottom left corner of the postcard.
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View of the Spring House ruin at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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A front facing photo of the Fire Temple in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Distant view of Fire Temple and New Fire House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.