Mount St. Helens
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Mount St. Helens
Mount St. Helens Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Lake and Boat in front of Mt. St. Helens
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Lake and Boat in front of Mt. St. Helens
Mt. St. Helens Washington (WA), Real Photo unused



Mt. St. Helens and Spirit Lake, Washington
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Mt. St. Helens and Spirit Lake, Washington
Mt. St. Helens Washington (WA), Linen unused

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Another beautiful snow-capped peak which can be appreciated best by a short trip to its foothills is 9,671 feet above sea-level. This scene is not far from Vancouver, Longview and other southwest Washington cities


Mt. St. Helens, Washington and Reflection from Spirit Lake
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Mt. St. Helens, Washington and Reflection from Spirit Lake
Mt. St. Helens Washington (WA), Linen unused

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Aeiral View of Mount St. Helens
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Aeiral View of Mount St. Helens
Mount St. Helens Washington (WA), Chrome unused

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Aerial close-up of spidery-webbed mud flows consisting of ash volcanic debris and water. Muddy riverletts gravitate through deserted peaks and valleys. Alleyne Fitzherbert Baron St. Helens, a 39 year old ambassador from England to Spain would not recognize the mountain that bears his name since 1792 when Capt. George Vancouver bestowed the name during his explorations


Spirit Lake after the Holocaust
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Spirit Lake after the Holocaust
Mount St. Helens Washington (WA), Chrome unused

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Fumeroles (steam vents) boil at edge of the once beautiful, clear lake. Strewn with logs and ash, the mudflow boiled down wooded slopes and filled Spirit Lake. Will the lake ever be a "haunting blue" again? The Indians named it Spirit Lake because they believed the entire region belonged to the dead. Surely this is not prophetic, but its fate its tied to the Indians " five miles to the north. Only time will reveal what the scientists seem unable to tell us



Mount St. Helens
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Mount St. Helens
Mount St. Helens Washington (WA), Chrome unused

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Mount St. Helens. Harry Truman, crusty, salty speaking 84 year "Old Man of the Mountain," perished rather than leave his fifty-year home, friendly raccoons, sixteen cats, assorted antiques, and his beloved mountain. The owner of Mount St. Helen's Lodge, near Spirit Lake, Truman spent the day before the eruption visiting with raccoon friends, watering his lawn, getting ready for summer visitors, and spouting his rambling reminiscences and "blue language" quotes. His memorial is the colorful legend he's left behind




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