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Deer, killed on the line of U.P.R.R.

Leadville, from California Gulch.

Beebe[e] house, Manitou.

Monument Park, Colorado.

"The Mule shoe."

Black Hawk mining town near Central City.

Pikes Peak, from the lake.

Durango and mountains, Colorado.

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

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Pearl Street, Boulder City, looking east.

Lulu Middle Park, Colorado.

Panorama from Union Depot.

Clear Creek Canyon.

Little Chief Iron Spring.

[Men on horses leaving for a hunt.]

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

From the Cave trail.

Profile Rock, Fall River.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Glen Eyrie. The Punch Bowl.

The Switchback, on Wonder Rail Road.

Silver ore train.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

Green Lake.

Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado.

Below the falls, Clear Creek Canon.

[Dwellings on the foot of the mountain.]

The churn, Manitou Grand Caverns.

Above Canon Eden, looking up.

Behold the realm where Colorado flows!" Grand Canyon, Arizona, U. S. A.

Mount of the Holy Cross, Colorado, U.S.A.

Empire City, Colorado Ter.

Gen. Grant's train, Royal Gorge.

Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canyon, Col., U.S.A.

Lower falls of the Fountain, one mile from Manitou, Col.

Gulch in the Grand Canyon.

Green Lake.

Father Mushroom, Monument Park, Colorado.

Idaho from the East.

Profile rocks, Pleasant Park.

Silvernight fall.

Signal station, summit of Pike's Peak.

Balancing Rock, 300 tons, Colorado.

Donkey train, at Georgetown, Colorado.

Silver ore train.

Wind cave.

Mount Lincoln. North Star Mountain & Hoosier Pass.

[View of the rocks.]

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

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

Barker House, Manitou.

Stereoscopic Views of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties, Colorado.

Ute Pass above the falls, looking down.

"The Dutch wedding." Monument Park.

R. C. Luesley's burro pack train, in a mountain pass, loaded with merchandise for his store at Silverton, San Juan.

Sheltered falls, Pikes Peak trail.

General view of Central City, Colo.

The crater.

Deep Cut.

The hot baths, at Idaho Springs.

Elk Lake and snow mass, Elk Mountains.

Tabor Opera House, Denver, Col.

[Camping out, Col.]

Inspiration Point.

Brown & Sherman Mountains, Georgetown, Col.

The "Gorge."

Grand Canon of the Arkansas.

Camp Joy, Colorado Springs.

Coal mine near Montrose [...]

The cascade, Pikes Peak Trail.

Devil's Gateway and snowy range, Colorado, U.S.A.

Manitou.

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