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TRAIL RIDGE ROAD, HORSESHOE PARK
Trail Ridge Road is a new route to the top of Fall River Pass connecting the east and west sides of Rocky Mountain National Park. It is one of the most scenic roads in the region, climbing the mountain sides and skirting thru the beautiul [[beautiful]] valleys below.
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THIS SPACE FOR MESSAGE

Denver. Colorado. 29 juillet.
Cher Ami. Après un repos dans le Maine et un chaud voyage à Travers le Middle-West, nous continuons sur la route des pionniers .... nous espérons que vous [[?]] un bon repos, quoique nous sachions, par expérience, qu'aucune diversion ne peut nous enlever les préoccupations que vous partagez concernant le grand drame humain qui se joue dans le monde.

Affectueuses pensées de nous deux
Maurice Garreau Dombasle



POST CARD

[[circular postal stamp]]
DENVER
JUL 29
8 PM
1941
COLO.
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[[stamp]]
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
INDUSTRY-AGRICULTURE
FOR DEFENSE
POSTAGE 1 CENT
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BUY 
DEFENSE SAVINGS 
BONDS AND STAMPS
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ADDRESS

Mr. Germain Seligmann
[[crossed out]] 5 East - 57th Street.[[/crossed out]]
New-York. City

[[presumably new address:]] 21  E  40

Transcription Notes:
I don't know how to transcribe the handwritten notes so I did what I can. Unfinished, I'm pretty sure this is in French

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