Superstition Mountain and Desert
Title:
Superstition Mountain and Desert
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border unused


Roosevelt Dam
Title:
Roosevelt Dam
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), Linen unused



Painted Cliffs
Title:
Painted Cliffs
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 16000


Safety-Pin Curve, Roosevelt Dam
Title:
Safety-Pin Curve, Roosevelt Dam
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border unused

Description:
The greatest scenic highway in America, 120 miles long between Phoenix and Globe. This Highway which follows the ancient trail of the Apache warriors is broad, safe and smooth, and winds its way through scenes of unusual beauty



Walls of Bronze from Fish Creek Hill
Title:
Walls of Bronze from Fish Creek Hill
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Hand Colored


Painted Cliffs near Fish Creek Hill
Title:
Painted Cliffs near Fish Creek Hill
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Hand Colored



Painted Cliffs
Title:
Painted Cliffs
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border PM 1933

Description:
The greatest scenic highway in America, 120 miles long between Phoenix and Globe. It passes through the heart of ""Apache Land"", a strangely picturesque region of mighty canyons, grotesque mountain peaks and sheer precipices, aglow with bright mineral colors and teeming with romance and historic interest


Desert Scene
Title:
Desert Scene
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border unused



Fish Creek Grade
Title:
Fish Creek Grade
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border PM 1928


Superstition Mountains
Title:
Superstition Mountains
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border unused



Superstition Mountain And Desert
Title:
Superstition Mountain And Desert
Apache Trail Arizona (AZ), White Border PM 1931

Description:
This mighty sentinel rises abruntly from the purple haze of desert surroundings, and wish its wierd outlines and ghostley shadows, impresses one that it is justly named. As history goes, the early white settlers, composed large of Mormors, were continually being attacked by the wildes and most treacherous of the Southwestern Indians, ""The Apaches"". After numerous raids, leaving death and destruction behind, the government sent a detachment of cavalry to subdue these tenegades. The Apaches were surprised and surrounded, and sought refuge in the above mentioned mountain. It was impossible to route them from their stronghold, so they were held at bay... Facing starvation, and rather than give themselves up, the Apaches, one by one hurled themselves from the towering cliffs




Total: 11 Items