Center of Southwest Studies
Start Previous image Next image End

Start

Previous image

Next image

End

Photo -- click to view larger image

Title:

Balcony House at Mesa Verde
Date/circa:  1911
Photographer: Pennington Studio (Durango, Colo.)
Subjects: Indians of North America--Antiquities--Photographs; Cliff-dwellings - Colorado - Mesa Verde--Photographs
Summary note: The ruins are viewed from the northwest end, looking southeast. The famous balcony is behind the wall of the first structure on the right, between the two pinnacled corner remnants. There is a dusting of snow on the ground of the canyon.
Other notes: The Park Service intended that all visitors arrive at Balcony House only by way of the ancient paths of the Anasazi. 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#: P051034

Original photos from the Tom O. and H. Lucille Kimball Indian Collection. 
2003 Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College.          All rights reserved (click here for Property Rights Statement).

1000 Rim Dr., Durango, CO 81301-3999 ~ Phone 970-247-7126 ~ Fax 970-247-7422
                                                                                          Page revised: 8/10/2005