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Spruce Tree Camp in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. There are some tall treas on the left side of the postcard and a vintage car next to the building the takes up the majority of the postcard. There appear to be clouds in the sky.
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Black and white photograph of Spruce Tree House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Cliff Palace as seen from Speaker Chief's House in Mesa Verde National Park, 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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In this great prehistoric community there were 23 kivas, circular underground ceremonial chambers that served the men as clan headquarters and the site of secret rituals."
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Cliff Palace. Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, Colorado.
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According to the U.S. National Park Service, Mesa Verde National Park features 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 spectacular cliff dwellings. The name is Spanish for “Green Table,” and the area was inhabited by the Ancestral Pueblo people from AD 600 to 1300, over 700 years. (source) Mesa Verde, as well as nearby Aztec Ruins National Monument located in Aztec, New Mexico,...
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This black and white postcard portrays the homes of the cliff dwellers at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado.
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Image of the Cliff Palace ruins at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Grainy image of ruins taken from a distance
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Image of ruins under cliffs
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Cliff Palace as seen from "Speaker Chief's House", Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Three park rangers in uniform sit outside some Mesa Verde ruins
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Overview of Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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A black and white photograph postcard of the entrance to Mesa Verde and also Point Lookout. In the photo, the sign for Mesa Verde can be seen near the bottom of the photo, and trees and mountains can be seen surrounding the area. A road is visible as well.
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This black and white image shows Spruce Tree House as it is seen from the trail at Mesa Verde National Park. Trees grow on top of the cliff and in the foreground of the image.
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Sepia post card with Aztec Ruins that appear to be built in the nook of a cliff. There are some trees on the left side of the image and what looks like a path around the ruins.