Garden of Eden
Title:
Garden of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome

Description:
Glenn R. Fulton Koppel Color Cards


Garden of Eden
Title:
Garden of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome

Description:
Glenn R. Fulton Top: Adam and Eve Bottom: Mausoleum This is one of the most unusual places you will ever visit. The actual figures of Adam and Eve in the "Garden of Eden" are on the west side of the house. To the east of the Cabin Home, Mr. Dinsmoor built a 40 ft. high Mausoleum of native limestone, using rock which run the full length of the structure. He also built his own coffin using cement for its construction. Koppel Color Cards



Garden of Eden
Title:
Garden of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Garden of Eden Lucas, Kansas 67648 S.P. Dinsmoors, "The death of Abel". Cain killed his brother Abel, then laid him on this platform. Here are Abels Wife and shepherd dog, just discovering him dead. Above, an Angel hovers to take Abel's Spirit to Heaven. To the right the All-seeing eye and hand looking and pointing to Cain and Wife fleeing on the next tree. The Garden of Eden, in Lucas, Kansas is the only attraction of its kind in the World


Garden of Eden
Title:
Garden of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Glenn R. Fulton Mr. Dinsmoor built a "Garden of Eden" containing, among other things, trees, sidewalks, fences, flower beds, fish pool, bird and animal cages, US flags, a "Goddess of Liberty", soldier, Indian, animals, birds, a monument showing the crucifixion of Labor, angels, the devil, Adam and Eve, the serpent, Cain and Abel, and a visitors dining hall. All those things are constructed of cement and by 1927, he had used over 113 tons of about 2,273 sacks of cement Koppel



Garden of Eden
Title:
Garden of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Rick Metzger Mr. S.P. Dinsmoor constructed his "Garden of Eden" in Lucas, Kansas. Work was completed around 1927, by which time he had used over 113 tons or about 2,273 sacks of cement. The garden contains Mr. Dinsmoor's "Goddess of Liberty Tree" a monument showing the crucifixion of labor, Cain and Abel, and a visitors' dining hall


Mr. S.P. Dinamoor
Title:
Mr. S.P. Dinamoor
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a reprint of an original postcard made by Mr. S.P. Dinamoor in the early 19 hundreds, as he stands looking down at himself in the coffin he made from white cement. At his death he was placed in this coffin and laid to rest in the stone log cabin mausoleum he built for himself at the Garden of Eden, Lucas, Kansas



Garden Of Eden
Title:
Garden Of Eden
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Mr. dimmer built a "Garden of Eden", containing among other things, trees, sidewalks, fences, flower beds, fish pool, bird and animal cages, U. S. Flags, a "Goddess of Liberty", soldier, Indian, animals, birds, a monument showing the crucifixion of Labor, angels, the devil, Adam and Eve, the serpent, Cain and Abel, and a visitors dining hall. All these things are constructed for cement and by 1927, he had used over 113 tons or about 2,273 sacks of cement.


Northwest View Cabin Home
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Northwest View Cabin Home
Lucas Kansas (KS), Real Photo unused

Description:
S.P. Dinsmoor



Mr. & Mrs. S.P. Dinsmoor, Cabin Home
Title:
Mr. & Mrs. S.P. Dinsmoor, Cabin Home
Lucas Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Reprint of original card. Mr Dinsmoor died in 1932 and was placed in his mausoleum. This is my present wife. An old man needs a nurse, a young man wants a companion. I got both. And notwithstanding the prediction of almost all of our acquaintances and visitors who came to see this place that we would not live together a year, we are still living together, and the prospects are that we'll still be together until my wife puts me in the mausoleum. I was 81 years and she 20 years old when we were married




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