South Dakota Badlands
Title:
South Dakota Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Greetings from the Badlands National Monument
Title:
Greetings from the Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
The weird scenes and the freak formations are created by the prehistoric erosions. Great mountains, castles, fortresses, palaces, deep canyons and figures of every shape, stand silently without a spear of vegetation, while beyond is the nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous for cattle raising.



Mt. Matterhorn, Bad Lands
Title:
Mt. Matterhorn, Bad Lands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-26


Badlands National Monument
Title:
Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome PM 1964 Oct-15

Description:
First named by aboriginal Indians, the Badlands were once the floor of a great sale sea, and later the home of strange animals such as the giant tit-anothere and the saber-toothed tiger. Nowhere on earth is so much of prehistoric life exposed to the eye



Scenic Highway Through the Pinnacles
Title:
Scenic Highway Through the Pinnacles
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Chapel in the Wilds, Castle Butte Canyon in the Badlands National Park
Title:
Chapel in the Wilds, Castle Butte Canyon in the Badlands National Park
Interior South Dakota (SD), Real Photo PM 1951 Aug-12



View of Grandeur, South Dakota Bad Lands
Title:
View of Grandeur, South Dakota Bad Lands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Sunset in the Badlands, Badlands National Monument
Title:
Sunset in the Badlands, Badlands National Monument
South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
The Badlands are the world's greatest example of the production of weird, fantastic, unexplainable freaks of nature, through early erosion. Great mountains, deep canyons, little hills, castles, palaces, fortresses and figures of every shape stand silently, without a spear of vegetation, while at their feet is that nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous. These Badlands are now embraced in the Badlands National Monument, created by President Roosevelt in 1938



Headquarters, Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
Headquarters, Bad Lands National Monument
Interior South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern building is located at the foot of Cedar Pass. Here one may view exhibits and secure information on the big South Dakota Bad Lands


Vampire Peak, Cedar Pass
Title:
Vampire Peak, Cedar Pass
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
View of Vampire Peak at Cedar Pass in Bad Lands, South Dakota



West Approach to Lower Tunnel
Title:
West Approach to Lower Tunnel
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen PM 1941 Jun-27

Description:
251 L. B. Hollister, Importer & Jobber


Satan's Speedway
Title:
Satan's Speedway
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Satan's Speedway located in the South Dakota Badlands. This historical monument attracts thousands annually



R. 162 Headquarters, Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
R. 162 Headquarters, Bad Lands National Monument
South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern building is located at the foot of Cedar Pass. Here one may view exhibits and secure information on the big South Dakota Bad Lands Rushmore News Inc


Dante's Delight
Title:
Dante's Delight
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), White Border



Badlands National Monument
Title:
Badlands National Monument
Scenic South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Hiway No. 40 thru Badlands Nat'l Monument Publication rights Reserved by Canrdy's Camera Shop


Vampire Peak, Cedar pass
Title:
Vampire Peak, Cedar pass
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Badlands



Badlands
Title:
Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
This beautiful old Country, the Badlands of S.Dak. Smooth Going Thru This Beautiful Country


The Sentry Of Bigfoot Pass
Title:
The Sentry Of Bigfoot Pass
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused



Badlands In South Dakota
Title:
Badlands In South Dakota
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Badlands National Monument In S. D
Title:
Badlands National Monument In S. D
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Looking up cedar pass



Badlands National Monument In S. D
Title:
Badlands National Monument In S. D
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Looking down the Pinnacles road


Greetings From Badlands
Title:
Greetings From Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
National Monument of South Dakota. The weirdly beautiful Badlands National Monument, 250 Square miles of savage splendor more than 40 million years old. . . And the colorful land of two Sioux Indian reservations. Nowhere but in South Dakota can they be seen. The Badlands is a moon landscape of castellated spires and pinnacles and color-banded cliffs. The richest fossil area on earth, its specimens are in museums the world over.



The Fabulous South Dakota Badlands
Title:
The Fabulous South Dakota Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
Each curve in the wall-maintained roads in the badlands, unfolds a new spectacle of the wonders of nature. The erosion of countless centuries, created this awe-inspiring area. Now enjoyed by hundreds of thousands annually.


Greetings From The Badlands
Title:
Greetings From The Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
The weird scenes and the freak for mations are created by the prehistoric erosions. Great mountains, castles, fortresses, palaces, deep canyons and figures of every shape, stand silently without a spread of vegetation, while beyond is the nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous for cattle raising.



Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
Title:
Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
World's greatest sculptural work began in 1927. Gutzon Borglum, world's artist and sculptor, planned and supervised the monument. Financed by contributions and federal funds. Busts are porportionate to men 465 ft. high. top of Washington's head to tip of Chin 60 ft. Rock is ageless granite. Busts are of Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln. This view shows Mt. Rushmore, before work was started in 1927 and the gigantic monument as it looks to-day. The Memorial carved out of Granite Rock by the famous sculptor Gutzon Borglum is 62oo ft. above sea level and the Busts are proportionate to men 465 ft. high.


Greetings From Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
Greetings From Bad Lands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side Top, left to right Vampire Peak Fantastic Formation in Big Foot Pass Entering Cedar pass Bottom, left to right Mt Rushmore Nat'l Memorial The Cast'e on Cedar Pass Scene in Bad Lands.



Twin Peaks, Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
Twin Peaks, Bad Lands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
These prominent Twin Peaks are seen shortly after leaving Cedar Pass Lodge to the west, traversing the interior of the Bad Lands on the way to Wall, So. Dak. The 25 miles of Bad Lands Highway wind through the most colorful and spectacular portions of the area.


The Castle on Cedar Pass, Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
The Castle on Cedar Pass, Bad Lands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
This giant formation stands out very prominently as one ascends the Cedar Pass, northeast bound for eastern points.



Evening Scene, Dillon Pass, Bad Lands National Monument
Title:
Evening Scene, Dillon Pass, Bad Lands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
Sixty million years ago, the awesome Bad Lands, just 60 miles east of the Black Hills area, were the floor of a great salt sea. Today this weirdly beautiful area is a museum of prehistoric life. From the Bad Lands, science has created a true story of a prehistoric age. Its breath-taking beauty is indeed the sage of prehistoric world.


Badlands National Monument
Title:
Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
Rising out of the phantom mists the grandeur of the Badlands is cerle in its splendor



Canyon View
Title:
Canyon View
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Thirty Million Years required to fashion this fantastic sculpture in the S. Dak. Badlands


The Grand Canyon
Title:
The Grand Canyon
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused



The Grand Canyon
Title:
The Grand Canyon
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


The Castle of a Thousand Rooms
Title:
The Castle of a Thousand Rooms
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo PM 1948



Badlands
Title:
Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Satan's Speedway
Title:
Satan's Speedway
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused



Badlands
Title:
Badlands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused


Sculpture
Title:
Sculpture
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Thirty Million Years required to fashion this fantastic sculpture in the S.Dak, Badlands



Amphitheatre of the Wilds
Title:
Amphitheatre of the Wilds
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), White Border PM 1938


Hells Half Acre Badlands National Monument
Title:
Hells Half Acre Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
The Badlands of South Dakota is the world's greatest example of weird, fantastic, unexplainable freaks of nature's prehistoric erosion. Great mountains, deep canyons, little hills, castles, palaces, fortresses; figures of every shape stand silently without a spear of vegetation, while beyond is the nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous for cattle raising. The Badlands National Monument was created by President Roosevelt in 1938



Scene in South Dakota Bad Lands
Title:
Scene in South Dakota Bad Lands
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused


Tourist Gift Shop
Title:
Tourist Gift Shop
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Real Photo unused



Cedar Pass Lodge
Title:
Cedar Pass Lodge
Badlands National Monument South Dakota (SD), Chrome PM 1963 Sep-18

Description:
Cedar Pass is a breath-taking sight approached through a corridor of towering peaks with glimpses of panoramic splendor. Cedar Pass Lodge offers modern accommodations, fine food at modern prices, in attractive air-conditioned dining room. Headquarters of National Park Service for Badlands area is also located here in Cedar Pass


Greetings from the Badlands National Monument
Title:
Greetings from the Badlands National Monument
South Dakota (SD), Linen PM 1954 Jul-27

Description:
Series 221 The wierd scenes and the freak formations are created by the prehistoric erosions. Great mountains, castles, fortresses, palaces, deep canyons and figures of every shape, stand silently without a spear of vegetation while beyond is the nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous for cattle raiding



Vampire Peak, Cadar Pass
Title:
Vampire Peak, Cadar Pass
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), White Border PM 1925 Aug-03


View in Badlands National Monument
Title:
View in Badlands National Monument
Wall South Dakota (SD), Linen unused



Looking East through the Pinnacles, Badlands National Monument
Title:
Looking East through the Pinnacles, Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Linen unused

Description:
The Bad Lands are the world's greatest example of the production of weird, fantastic, unexplainable freaks of nature,,through early erosion. Great mountains, deep canyons. little hills, castles, palaces, fortresses and figures of every shape stand silently, without a spear of vegetation, while at their feet is that nutritious grass which makes South Dakota famous. These Bad Lands are now embraced in the Bad Lands National Monument, created by President Roosevelt in 1938




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