"2253 Tundra Curves near the top of Trail Ridge. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Card No. 6A-H2409. Posted September, 1941.

"Balanced Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado" Card No. 63232.

Note the rider on his mule and two ladies having a picnic lunch.

"2035 -- Vista of Red Mt. From Berthoud Pass Highway (U.S. 40), Colorado." Postmarked July 21, 1950.

"M645 - North Clear Creek Falls near Lake City, Colorado." Postmarked 1953.

"2051 -- Skiers at the Summit of Berthoud Pass, Alt. 11,314 Ft. on Highway U.S. 40, Colorado. The Berthoud Pass area is becoming one of the Great Winter Playgrounds of America." Postmarked July 19, 1963.

"#3773 -- Aspen in winter showing Ajax Mountain and ski run. Aspen, Alt. 7,850 ft., located in the valley of the Roaring Fork River is one of Colorado's longest and most famous ski areas."

"8225. Mt. Sopris, Colo. on Colo. Midland Ry."

"#3325 -- The Beaver Dams in Hidden Valley on the Trail Ridge Road over the Rockies between Estes Park and Grand Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado." Card No. 89107-B

"551 -- Suspension Bridge over the Royal Gorge, Canon City, Colorado. World's Highest Bridge over one of the World's Most Stupendous Chasms." Card No. 8A4-N "This steel bridge constructed in 1929 offers new conceptions of the thrilling depths of the Royal Gorge. It is a toll bridge for autos as well as foot passengers and gives access to the hitherto unapproachable south rim of the gorge. The bridge is a quarter of a mile in length with a span of 880 ft. between the towers. 150 ft. in height. From its center one may look on an unobstructed drop of 1052 feet to the bottom of the gorge." Postmarked August 10, 1949.

"Grave of 'Buffalo Bill' on Lookout Mountain, Colorado. A short5 drive from Denver, at the summit of Lookout Mountain, is the grave of Buffalo Bill. From this shrine can be seen the miles of prairie country that he roamed, and nearby the Pahaska Tepee, a museum housing relics of his career." Card No. 31837, postmarked July 2, 1952.

"8677. Palmer Lake, Colo."

"C-114 -- Mt. Evans Highway, Denver Mt. Parks, Colorado. Above timberline, world's highest auto road climbs to top of Mt. Evans. At the summit of Mt. Evans, elevation 14,260 ft. is located the world's highest Cosmic Ray Laboratory operated by Denver University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other leading Universities."

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