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Balcony House is one of the most notable of the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde; being situated at the extreme east of the district. It was one of the communal apartment houses of a race who mysteriously vanished long before the coming of the first white..
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Diorama at State Museum E. 14th and Sherman Street-Denver Balcony House was a typical communal dwelling of the pre-Columbian Pueblo Indians. Nestled in a cliff of the Mesa Verde area of southwestern Colorado, it was easily defended from attacks of..." Genuine Curteich-Chicago C.T. Art-Color tone Post Card.
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View of the Balcony House ruin at the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park.
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Balcony House Ruin occupies a deep cave in the west wall of Soda Canyon which is here seen in the distance. The balcony at the left, perfectly preserved from prehistoric times gives this spectacular ruin its name. Color note: For best autumn..."
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Balcony House archaeological site at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Visitors inspect the most spectacularly located of the major cliff dwellings in the park.
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Situated in a deep cave high on the west wall of Soda Canyon, Balcony House is reached via a scenic trail and a 40-foot ladder."
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Colored photograph of the Balcony House ruin at Mesa Verde National Park, looking northward
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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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Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park, exterior view. A Real Photo postcard.
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Balcony House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Photograph of Balcony House Ruin at Mesa Verde. Balcony House Ruin occupies a deep cave in the west wall of Soda Canyon. The balcony at the left, perfectly preserved from prehistoric times, gives this spectacular ruin its name.
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Balcony House. Note on the back (Sept. 19, 1915).
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Balcony House Ruin occupies a deep cave high in the west wall of Soda Canyon. Here seen from its south end, many of the kivas and other architectural features are revealed. The ruin is approached by a ledge trail from the north, final access being..."
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Balcony House Balcony House is one of the most notable of the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde; being situated at the extreme east of the district. It was one of the communal apartment houses of a race who mysteriously vanished long before the coming..."
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Balcony House is one of three or four best known of the numerous ruins contained in the Park.
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Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado."
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Photograph of the Middle Room of Balcony House. Vigas showing in photo. Postage was United States and Canada one cent; foreign two cents.
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Balcony House, containing 25 rooms. Mesa Verde National Park.
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Photograph of a tour party climbing the ladder to Balcony House Ruin.