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Cheyenne Canon. Six miles from Colorado Springs, Virginia Peak and Sphynx.

Black Hawk mining town near Central City.

Stage (?) house between Golden City and Central City (stage dinner station, looking east).

Empire City, Colorado Ter.

Central City, from the East.

[Central City, Colorado.]

Golden City.

Golden City.

Central City, Colorado Ter.

Cheney's saloon and hotel, Golden City.

The bridge at Boulder City.

Golden City.

South Park City (Fairplay).

View in Monument Park, Colorado.

Leadville, Colorado. General view looking west.

Rainbow Falls, distant view, Ute Pass.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

[General view of Boulder City.]

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

Pearl Street, Boulder City, looking east.

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

View of Colorado Springs.

Leadville, Colorado. General view looking west.

Bridge, east view.

General view of Central City, Colo.

View of the Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado, Arizona.

Quaker wedding. (View of rock formations.)

Bird's-eye view of Denver, Col., U.S.A.

[Bird's-eye view of Georgetown, Colorado.]

General view of Central City, Colo.

View in Camp 3.

Grand view.

Bird's-eye view of Rico from Piedmont.

[View of men on the rocks.]

[View of the rocks.]

Views from between the falls, looking south-east. Distant view of Cameron's Cone. Half a mile above the famous Boiling Mineral Spring.

[View of the road wending its way through the canyon.]

Leadville, from California Gulch.

Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking south, with Cheyenne Mountain in the distance.

Spring Street.

The Sphynx. (View of rock formations.)

General view of Denver from the Tower.

Scene on the road from Denver to South Park. St. Louis Hotel in the distance.

Perpendicular walls of granite. (As seen ten minutes after sunrise.) Locality: Chicago Lakes, located in the Switzerland of Colorado. 11,800 feet above sea leve, 14 miles from Idaho Springs.)

Camp Joy, Colorado Springs.

Clear Creek near Fall River.

Chipeta Falls, Black Canon [Canyon].

Gateway Rocks, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Double Curve, Clear Creek Canon.

Ouray, looking south.

North side of Dump Mountain, looking down the grade.

Pikes Peak and Fountain Creek.

Canyon from the cascades.

Some of the odd forms of chiseled stone in the Garden of the Gods, Colo., U.S.A.

Balancing Rock.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

Baby profile, Turkey Creek Canyon.

Balancing Rock, near Manitou, Col. (Estimated weight 300 tons. Four miles from Colorado Springs.)

U.S. Signal station, elevation 14,216 feet.

Vulcan's anvil, Monument Park.

Georgetown from Griffith Mt.

Mother Grundy.

Shearing sheep.

Dump Mt. from milk ranch.

Above Beaver Creek, looking up.

Grace Greenwood's cottage at Manitou, Col.

Natural photograph of a bear on the rocks of the Purgatoire River.

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

Mill.

The falls.

[Suspension bridge.]

Georgetown, Col.

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