Two rock formations with an open space between them; mountains can be seen in the background. Printed text on verso reads, "Pike's Peak and Gateway to Garden of the Gods, Colorado - Pike's peak is one of the largest peaks of the Rocky...
Mantel Rock is a 30-foot high natural sandstone bridge, spanning 188 feet. It is wooded above and with a faint road in front. The formation is like a rock terrace, but the center is hollowed out until it reaches a deeper wall.
National parks & reserves; Lind, Jenny, 1820-1887; Rock formations
Rock formation shaped like a chair. Named "Jenny Lind's Armchair" in honor of the opera singer Jenny Lind, known as the Swedish Nightingale. Lind once sat in this chair at Mammoth Cave Park, Kentucky. A woman wearing a sweater, skirt, and...
A fallen tree rests against a large rock cliff which is adjacent to a clearing. An indentation at the base of the cliff makes a "rock house." Green trees are in the background. Location may possibly be in Laurel County, Kentucky.
Women; Children; Rock formations; Leisure; Bridges
Several women in long dresses and hats, one with a parasol, and several children stand on or by a small footbridge connecting two rocky ledges in the woods. This group is apparently visiting the mineral springs in Cerulean Springs.
Caves; Rock formations; Historic sites; Boone, Daniel, 1734-1820
A man sits atop a large rock formation, with a boarded up entrance to a cave below. Kentucky explorer and early settler Daniel Boone spent the winter of 1769-1770 in a cave on the Shawnee River in Mercer County, Kentucky.