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Spruce Tree House at Mesa Verde
Date/circa:  1911
Subjects: Indians of North America--Antiquities--Photographs; Cliff-dwellings - Colorado - Mesa Verde--Photographs
Summary note: Looking southward through the room blocks of Spruce Tree House and cliff overhang. It is the third largest cliff dwelling in the park. The pueblo was built under an overhang about 216 feet long and 89 feet from front to back.
Other notes: Spruce Tree House itself contains 114 rooms and 8 kivas, and it probably housed about 100 people. The following phrase must be used whenever and wherever this photograph is displayed or exhibited: From the Tom O. and H. Lucille Kimball Indian Collection.
Photoprint#: P051026

Original photos from the Tom O. and H. Lucille Kimball Indian Collection. 
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