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View of Point Lookout on the way to Mesa Verde National Park and the road that leads to the park entrance.
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View of Point Lookout on your way to Mesa Verde National Park.
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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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View of Point Lookout at the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park.
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Picture of the Mesa Verde Highway with a mountain in the background which is the Point Lookout. There are tall trees that are on each side of the road that each cast a shadow across the road. There some small clouds in the sky. The postcard is sepia toned.
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Point Lookout in the background with trees on hills on both sides of the scorecard. There is the road that leads to Mesa Verde with the welcome to Mesa Verde sign in the foreground. with a fence coming out of it on both sides. The grass is green and the sky is blue with some clouds.
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Photo of Point Lookout and Sleeping Ute at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. View is from the San Juan Basin.
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From an altitude of 7000 feet at the Park Entrance a splendidly engineered highway climbs some 1500 feet to the top of the Mesa.
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View of Point Lookout on the way to Mesa Verde National Park. View of car inbound on the highway the leads to the entrance of the park.
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View of Point Lookout at the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park.
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A black and white photograph of Vista of Point Lookout in Mesa Verde National Park. A tall mesa is the center of the photo, and assumed to be Point Lookout. Trees and shrubs are visible, and a paved road can be seen as well.
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View of the city of Mancos, with Point Lookout (Mesa Verde National Park) visible in the distance. The card was not postmarked, but Belle wrote, "Mancos is awful dull."