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#1890: Willa Cather to Isabelle McClung, [September 12, 1914]

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ALTITUDE, 12,720 AND 13,780 FEET RESPECTIVELY. 6726 SPANISH PEAKS AS SEEN BETWEEN LA JUNTA AND HOEHNES, COLORADO. "PHOSTINT"
TRADEMARK - REG. U.S. PAT. OFF
MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO.
POST CARD THE SPANISH PEAKS are twin mountains
at the end of a spur of the Culebra Range of the
Rocky Mountains, northwest of Trinidad. They
are covered with snow throughout the year.
They alternately appear and disappear until the
summit of Raton Pass has been reached. They
are best seen between Tyrone and Hoehnes.
THIS SPACE MAY BE USED FOR MESSAGE. THIS SPACE FOR THE ADDRESS

You1 won't hear from me for two days after this card, but don't worry, because I shall be well and happy. Such wonderful country.

W.
Miss I. McClung1 1180 Murray Hill Ave3 Pittsburgh4 Pa. TRINIDAD, COLO.2SEP 12 191412 - M