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Print from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman of Cliff Palace. On back of postcard: From a lithography by Eugene Kingman handwritten on front top.
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A man and a woman are climbing up a ladder to the Balcony House Ruins in Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado.
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Spruce Tree Ruin, Mesa Verde National Park Postcard.
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Sepia tinted photo of Navajo Canyon in Mesa Verde National Park.
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Cliff Palace, from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman, b/w postcard.
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Print from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman of A kiva in Cliff Palace. Card addressed to Mr. & Mrs. James Makinson, and dated 8/16/1947. On back of postcard: From a lithography by Eugene Kingman.
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A person looks over the ruins of the Balcony House in Mesa Verde National Park, in Colorado.
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Mesa Verde National Park, so long inaccessible and little known, now invites discovery by motorists. Fine new highways, most of them completely paved, have shortened the driving time to only one day from Denver, Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon, or Santa Fe.
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A dark image of Shiprock in the distance, it takes a form of a shadowy phantom in the distance.
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Cliff Palace, Speaker Chief's Tower, Mesa Verde National Park. The caption reads, "Mesa Verde National Park, so long inaccessible and little known, now invites discovery by motorists. Fine new highways, most of them completely paved, have shortened the driving time to only one day from Denver, Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon, or Santa Fe. For those traveling East or West over Highway 66, Mesa Verde National Park may be reached by a 3 1/2-hour detour...
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Mesa Verde National Park, so long inaccessible and little known, now invites discovery by motorists. Fine new highways, most of them completely paved, have shorted the driving time to only one day from Denver, Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon, or Santa..."
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Square Tower House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. From a Lithograph by Eugene Kingman. The National Park Service maintains a free guide service so that all visitors to Mesa Verde National Park may explore many of the Park's most spectacular prehistoric ruins.
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Black and white photograph of Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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A hand drawn picture of the Spruce Tree Canyon at Mesa Verde National Park.
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View of Balcony House archaeological site at Mesa Verde, under the overhanging rock. Written on back and postmarked from Mesa Verde on June 14, 193[?] to Miss Grace Rose in Ottawa, Kansas.
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A postcard of a snow covered road with a mountain and trees behind it.
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Print from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman of Cliff Palace. On back of postcard: From a lithograph by Eugene Kingman.
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Ouray on a treaty mission to Washington was photographed with Tabeguache Ute Chiets Warency, Shavano, Ankotash & Guero. Eventually Ouray was recognized by the U. S. Government as the Chief of all Ute tribes. Kit Carson and Ouray were good friends and...