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Balancing Rock. On the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking east.

Garden of the Gods. Cathedral Rocks.

Balancing Rock.

Balanced Rock.

Rock left side of gate, Garden of the Gods.

Balancing Rock.

Cedar Grove tower rock.

Austin's Glen. (Natural monuments.) Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

The Gate, on the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One miles from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

Pike's Peak from the Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

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

View of Colorado Springs.

Sentinel in Garden of Gods.

Balancing Rock. Garden of the Gods, located five miles from Colorado Springs.

Balanced Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colo., U.S.A.

Gateway and Pike's Peak, Garden of the Gods.

Garden of the Gods. Qu[een's Canyon].

Lover's Rest, in Queen's Canon [Canyon]. four miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Bear and seal.

Rock of Rest, Garden of the Gods, Col.

"The Gate." Garden of the Gods.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel. Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

Garden of the Gods. The Mushroom. Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Tejon Street.

Balancing Rock, 300 tons, Colorado.

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

Colorado Springs.

The Lone Rock, in the Garden of the Gods. (60 feet high, 6,124 fett above the sea level.)

Gate Way to Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Pike's Peak.

Gateway Rocks, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Colorado Springs. (Bird's-eye view of the Springs.)

Mother Murhroom [Mushroom]. Garden of the Gods.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs. Echo Rock, 200 feet high.

The Colorado Springs hotel.

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

Pikes Peak Avenue, Antler's Hotel. (Pikes Peak in distance.)

Pike's Peak.

The Gate, on the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

Cheyenne Canyon Mountain. Five miles south of Colorado Springs.

The Gateway, entrance to the Garden of the Gods, (Cameron's Cone in the distance.)

Siamese Twins.

Balancing Rock, 300 tons, Colorado.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking east.

Colorado Springs.

Pikes Peak & the Antler's Colorado Springs.

Land-surveyors at Colorado Springs.

The Antler's Colorado Springs.

Cathedral Rocks, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Camp Joy, Colorado Springs.

Tower of Babel, Garden of the Gods.

Pike's Peak from the Garden of the Gods.

Echo Park.

Pike's Peak from Peephole, Colorado, U.S.A.

Cheyenne falls, 330 feet high. Six miles from Colorado Springs.

Hilarious gods, Garden of the Gods, Col., U.S.A.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Buenavista grotto, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Balanced Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Garden of the Gods. Balanced Rock.

The Gate and Pike's Peak.

Pike's Peak from the Garden of the Gods.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Mushrooms. Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

The first legislative hall of Colorado, Colorado City, 1862.

Rock left side of gate, Garden of the Gods.

Aunt Dianna. Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Garden of the Gods. Tower of [Babel].

Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Porter's lodge, at entrance. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Pike's Peak, 14,336 feet high, from Pike's Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking north-east.

Pikes Peak Avenue.

Rift in the rock.

Garden of the Gods and Cheyenne Mountain.

Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods, Col.

Park of the Ten Needles, of Spires, Colorado.

Gate to Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Cathedral Spires: giant rock formations in the "Garden of the Gods," Colorado, U.S.A.

Balancing Rock, 300 tons, Colorado.

Pikes Peak Avenue at Pikes Peak.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

The Ute Pass wagon road, connecting Colorado Springs with South Park, with a grade of 260 feet per mile.

Garden of the Gods.

Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods, 100 feet high.

Natural monuments in Monument Park. Two sisters and two bachelors. (Nine miles from Colorado Springs.)

Garden of the Gods. Siamese Twins.

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

Balanced Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Garden of the Gods.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Balancing Rock, 300 tons, Colorado.

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