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Beebe[e] house, Manitou.

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

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

The Ute Pass, one mile from Manitou Colorado, looking down.

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

Donkey train, Ute Pass, near Manitou.

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

Pikes Peak from Thornton Heights, Manitou Park.

The Manitou mansion, at Manitou.

Ute Iron Spring, Colorado.

Navajo Spring and Cliff House, Colorado.

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Manitou and Pikes Peak, Colorado.

[Three men on horseback.]

[Three men on horseback.]

Grace Greenwood's cottage at Manitou, Col.

Grace Greenwood's cottage at Manitou, Col.

Grace Greenwood's cottage.

Cliff House, Manitou Park, Colorado.

Soda spring and Cliff House.

Soda spring and Cliff House.

Manitou.

Pike's Peak and Manitou.

"[illegible] ...r bust."

"[illegible] ...r bust."

Manitou.

Bath house, Manitou, Colorado.

Little Chief Iron Spring.

Barker House, Manitou.

The Cliff House, and soda springs, Manitou, Colorado.

Alabaster candles, Manitou Grand Caverns.

The churn, Manitou Grand Caverns.

Ute Pass house.

Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado. Showing the summit of Pike's Peak, ten miles distant.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in the distance, 14,336 feet high.

Garden of the Gods. Ruins of Montezuma's temple.

Pikes Peak from Manitou Park.

Pikes Peak from Thornton Heights, Manitou Park.

Alabaster candles, Manitou Grand Caverns.

The vestibule, Manitou Grand Caverns.

[Park hotel, Manitou Park.]

Rural cottage, Manitou Park.

Park hotel, Manitou Park. [A hunter with his gun, dog and a wild fowl he has shot.]

Druidical stones, Manitou Park.

The first settlers, Manitou Park.

The mountain demon, Manitou Park.

The mountain demon, Manitou Park.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Pine Tree Pass, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Col.

The Studio, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.

The Ute Pass, showing wagon road and falls of the Fountain. One mile from Manitou.

Navajoe and Manitou springs, Colorado.

Indian wigwam, Manitou, Colorado.

"Camping out," at Manitou Springs.

The celebrated soda springs, at Manitou, Colorado.

Ute Pass house.

The famous "Iron Ute" spring, at Manitou, Colorado.

Coal formation [?], Manitou Grand Caverns.

Alabaster candles, Manitou Grand Caverns.

Interior cascades, Manitou Grand Caverns.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in distance.

Beebee house, Manitou Springs, Colorado.

The Manitou mansion, at Manitou.

Ute Iron Spring, Colorado.

Manitou.

Bath house, Manitou, Colorado.

The soda spring, at Manitou.

Rainbow falls, Manitou.

Manitou and Pike's Peak.

Manitou, Colorado.

The Punch Bowl. Five miles from Maniout House, Manitou, Col.

The Punch Bowl. Five miles from Maniout House, Manitou, Col.

Beebe[e] house, Manitou.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Pine Tree Pass, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Col.

The Studio, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.

Manitou series: Gate to Garden of the Gods.

Park hotel, Manitou Park.

Grace Greenwood's cottage.

Mineral springs.

Little Chief Iron Spring.

Manitou House.

Mineral springs.

The celebrated soda springs, at Manitou, Colorado.

The soda spring, Manitou.

Cliff House.

Cliff House.

The celebrated mineral sprigns, at Manitou, Col.

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Coal formation [?], Manitou Grand Caverns.

Pike's Peak and Manitou.

The organ, Manitou Grand Caverns.

The churn, Manitou Grand Caverns.

The vestibule, Manitou Grand Caverns.

Manitou.

Manitou.

Garden of the Gods. Ruins of Montezuma's temple.

Manitou, from "The Heights."

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