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Photograph of Highway 160 during the Autumn.
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Pipe Shrine and Fairview House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Colored print of Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde, Colorado.
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Color image of the winding entrance road to Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Photograph of Square Tower at Mesa Verde National Park. The ruins are located underneath a cliff with trees surrounding.
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Photograph of Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado"
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A picture of the cliff dwellings that are underneath the cliff that the Spruce Tree House sits on top of.
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View of Point Lookout at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. Photo is taken from the view of the Government Automobile Road looking onto the ruins.
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A sepia image of some ruins that are in the crook of a cliff with a small wall that seems to go around the ruins.
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Knife-Edge Road. Mesa Verde National Park, near Mancos, Colorado. Hand tinted.
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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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Postcard featuring a birds eye view of Spruce Tree house in Mesa Verde National Park in Mancos, Colorado.
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Square Tower House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park (near Mancos, Colorado).
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Postmarked Mesa Verde, Colorado, 6/21/1939, to Miss Clara Louise Mather. "Dear C.L., These don't show it so well without the characteristic brick-red color. It hasn't rained here since April 15. A drought 1276-1299 was what carved out the cliff..."
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This is the largest of the many prehistoric ruins found in Uncle Sam's only archaeological park. The structure is 300 feet long and contained approximately 200 rooms, including 23 kivas, or underground ceremonial chambers. It occupies a great cave..."
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Image of Spruce Tree House ruins at Mesa Verde National Park.
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Black and white image of cliff ruins
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A sepia postcard of Square Tower House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. It is a ruin that sits up against a cliff and at the top of the cliff there is a slight over hang.
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View of the Spring House ruin at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Balcony House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.