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Bridal Veil Falls, over 365 feet high. Telluride, Colorado.
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Photo of mountain peaks with trees in the foreground and many clouds overhead. (The Center has two of this card -- duplicates.)
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Bridal Veil and Ingram Falls, Ingram Falls in forefront. A black and white real photo..
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Bridal Veil Falls, shown in the background of this picture, is just one part of the scenic splendor around Telluride, Colorado. Telluride has been called the "City of Gold" because of its fabulous mining history.
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Bridal Veil Falls - two miles east of Telluride. Height of fall, 330 feet. Ingram Falls and basin in distance.
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Bridal Veil Falls, two miles east of Telluride, height of fall 330 ft. Ingram Falls and basin in distance.
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View of two waterfalls in the front waterfall there are four people sitting on a rock patch of snow on the mountain overhead
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Bridal Veil Falls, which drops 365 feet over the rim of Pandora Basin amid towering peaks of the San Juan Range at Telluride, Colorado.
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A panoramic view of Bridal Veil Falls and the surrounding mountains, near Telluride, Colorado.
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View of waterfall with pine trees in the foreground.
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View of waterfalls structure above the falls sky colored blue [writing on back] addressed to Miss Edwina Goudy Belmont Mass. postmarked Golden Oct. 27, 1925 two cent stamp.
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Addressed to Miss Edwina Goudry, Belmont, Massachusetts. Posted October 27th, 1925 from Golden, Colorado.
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View of waterfall with a building to the left of the falls. A mountain peak with patches of snow overlooks the waterfall.
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View of waterfall building on the right side of photo structures next to waterfall trees changing colors in the foreground
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A black and white postcard of the first automobile that ever climbed to Red Mountatin. Men can be seen standing next to the automobile and trees and snow can be seen in the background. On the postcard it reads, "The first automobile that ever climbed to Red Mountatin, the highest incorporated town in the world. This notable trip was made June 22nd, and this photo was made as the machine stood in a great snowbank 11,000 feet above the level of the...
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Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride, Colorado.
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Black and white postcard photo of water fall at Bridal Veil Falls.
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Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride, Colorado. Over 365 feet high, Bridal Veil formerly supplied power for the Eldorado mine. The mountain peak in the background is the Three Needles.
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Bridal Veil Falls, 350 feet high, with power house on top. Telluride, Colorado.
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A color drawing of Ingram. On the postcard it reads, "Near Telluride, Colo. Showing Ingram and Bridal Veil Falls." Mountains can be seen in the background.