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

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

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

One mile of Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon of Arizona.

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

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

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

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

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

The Ute Pass, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Col. Cameron's Cone in the distance.

Rainbow Fall, 60 ft. One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Co.

The Ute Pass, one mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Col. Cameron's Cone in the distance.

One mile of Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon of Arizona.

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

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

Rainbow Fall, 60 ft. One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Co.

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

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

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

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

Magdala (Mejdel). Beyond the village is the fertile plain of Gennesaret. It is three miles long and one mile in width.

Queens V. 4, Plate No. 121 [Map of Inwood, Town of Hempstead, Nassau County; and Ramblersville, located about one mile south of Aqueduct]

Clouds' Rest, rising one mile above the Valley, Yosemite, California, U.S.A.

Clouds' Rest, rising one mile above the Valley, Yosemite, California, U.S.A.

One Mile, Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz.

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