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El Paso County

Bridal Veil Falls, On the High Drive, Colorado Springs

Pe-ka-bo Falls, Cascade Canon

Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun, on Cheyenne Mountain, Broadmoor-Cheyenne Mt. Highway

Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun and Highway, Cheyenne Mt.

Helen Hunt's Grave, Cheyenne Mountain

Cheyenne Lodge, on Summit of Cheyenne Mountain, Alt. 9500 Ft.

Spectacular Switchbacks on the Broadmoor-Cheyenne Highway, Colorado Springs

Longs Peak, (Alt. 14, 255 Ft.)

High School, Fountain [1911]

Approaching Duffield on C. C. Short Line

Elephant Rock in So. St. Vrain Cañon

Pinecrest Epworth League Institute at Palmer Lake

Greetings from Camp Carson [1942]

Cathedral Spires, Cave of the Winds

Cascade [1915]

Ute Indian Chief and Family, Cliff Dwellers
Colorado Springs

Alexander Aircraft Plant

Alexander Film Plant

Santa Fe Depot

The Alamo [1906]

City Hall

Colorado Springs from the Court House

Union Printers' Home

Antlers Hotel and Pikes Peak Ave.

First Christian Church

Panorama of Tejon Street and Busines District

Deaconess Hospital

Broadmoor Hotel

View on High Drive

North Tejon Street

Stratton Park

Village Inn, 217 East Pikes Peak Ave.

High School

Exchange National Bank Building

Loyds Service Station and Cottage Camp, 2020 E. Platte Ave., U. S. Highway 24

Grace Episcopal Church

Modern Woodmen of America Sanatorium

Glockner Sanatorium
Garden of the Gods

Tower of Babel, Garden of the Gods

Balanced Rock, Mushroom Park, near Garden of the Gods

Balanced Rock and Steamboat Rock, Garden of the Gods

Hidden Inn near Gateway, Garden of the Gods
Pike's Peak

Cog Railway, Pike's Peak

Cog Road Engine Climbing Pike's Peak

Cog Wheel Train Climbing Pike's Peak [1920]

The Stepladder on Pike's Peak Cog Road

Pike's Peak Highway

Pike's Peak Auto Highway, The World's Highest Highway

Pike's Peak from Colo. Springs

Pike's Peak from Rampart Range Road

U. S. Signal Station

Station, Summit

Station, Summit

Station, Summit

The Automobile Road

Pikes Peak from Inspiration Point, Crystal Park Auto Trip

Drove of Elk, Pikes Peak in Clouds, Pikes Peak Auto Highway

Hidden Inn, near Pike's Peak
Cripple Creek Short Line

View from Granite Tunnel, Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek Short Line

Cameron's Cone, Cripple Creek Short Line Ry.

St. Peter's Dome, The Short Line Trip to Cripple Creek

St. Peter's Dome, C. C. Short Line

Among the Clouds - The Cripple Creek Trip
Cheyenne Canyon

Bruin Inn, North Cheyenne Canon

Bruin Inn, North Cheyenne Canon

Bruin Inn, North Cheyenne Canon [pre-1907]

Cheyenne Gorge, South Cheyenne Canon, Colorado Springs

Prospect Dome, South Cheyenne Canon, Colorado Springs

Point Lookout, So. Cheyenne Canon, Colorado Springs

Seven Falls, Gateway at Entrance of South Cheyenne Canon

Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canon, Colorado Springs [pre-1907]

Camp Harding, Cheyenne Canon
Manitou (Springs)

The Cliff House, Manitou

Soda Springs and Cliff House, Manitou

Soda Springs and Cliff House, Manitou

Soda Springs, Manitou

Soda Springs, Manitou

The Famous Manitou Iron Springs, Manitou

Navajo Geyser Pavilion and Hotel Navajo, Manitou

Michaelis Drive-In, Manitou Springs

Our Lady of Perpetual Help's Catholic Church, Manitou

Bird's Eye View, City of Manitou [1908]

Manitou Springs, at the Foot of Pikes Peak, The Spa of the Rockies

Governors of 22 States on Mt. Manitou, Aug. 27, 1913

Indian Petroglyphs at Manitou Cliff Dwellings, Manitou Springs

General View Ancient Cliff Dwellings and Tewa House, Phantom Cliff Canon, Manitou

The Mansions Hotel, Manitou

Manitou Soda Springs Pavilion and Ute Pass Trail Monument, Manitou

Craftwood Inn

Cog Railroad Depot

Laura and Friends in the Mountains above Manitou [1910]

Ute Iron Springs
Ute Pass

Rainbow Falls, Ute Pass, Manitou

Ute Pass, Automobile Road, near Manitou, On the Lincoln Trans-Continental Highway

Ute Pass [1910]

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