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The bridge at Boulder City.

[General view of Boulder City.]

Pearl Street, Boulder City, looking east.

Snowy Range (in Aug.) and Alpine Lake, Boulder county, Col. Ter.

Views of Caribou, looking east.

The lion's head, Boulder Canyon, Colorado.

Boulder Creek, Colorado.

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Boulder Canyon, Colorado.

Boulder Creek, Colorado.

Falls of North Boulder.

Under the Dome, looking down.

Boulder House.

Coal drift, Boulder county, Colorado.

Boulder City. No. 1.

Coal drift, Boulder county, Colorado.

The lion's head, Boulder Canyon, Colorado.

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Boulder Canyon, Colorado.

Boulder falls, Colorado.

Under the Dome, looking down.

Opposite the Dome, looking down.

Mill on South Boulder.

Caribou mill, Nederland.

Boulder Canyon, falls.

Falls of North Boulder.

Views of Caribou, looking east.

Boulder City from the West.

Foot hills from Boulder City.

Foot hills from Boulder City.

The Dome.

Boulder Canyon, falls.

The Dome, looking down.

The Dome, looking down.

Pearl Street, Boulder City, looking east.

Caribou.

Boulder House.

Entrance to Boulder Canyon.

A ranch from a high rocky vantage.

Boulder falls, Colorado.

Caribou mill, Nederland.

Entrance to Boulder Canyon.

Caribou.

Mill on South Boulder.

[General view of Boulder City.]

Boulder City. No. 1.

The bridge at Boulder City.

Boulder City from the West.

A ranch from a high rocky vantage.

The Dome.

Snowy Range (in Aug.) and Alpine Lake, Boulder county, Col. Ter.

Opposite the Dome, looking down.

Neath majestic granite walls and by the rushing mountain stream, Boulder county, Colo., U.S.A.

Neath majestic granite walls and by the rushing mountain stream, Boulder county, Colo., U.S.A.

Ivy Baldwin breaking the record for tight-rope walking-rope 580 feet high and 555 feet long, near Boulder, Colo.

Ivy Baldwin breaking the record for tight-rope walking-rope 580 feet high and 555 feet long, near Boulder, Colo.

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