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[[preprinted in upper left hand corner]] 325 Downtown Aspen, Colorado and the many historic victorian buildings built during the great silver mining boom of the 1880's and 90's. [[/preprinted]] [[in pencil on upper right hand corner]]  [[/pencil]] [[Image - Post Office date stamp]] Aspen CO 81611 July 22 [[underlined]] P [[/underlined]] M 1968 [[/date stamp]] July 22 Dear Bob & Nancy - How are you? Aspen is naturally air-conditioned cool & dry - coming west? Stop by. The geology is incredible - silver, coal, marble, oil shale, basalt, sandstone, slate, gypsum, molybdenum, iron ore - a mountain of each and more. Be well, Carl Andre c/o Gasthof Evert Aspen 81611 Colorado [[dividing the card in half and preprinted on the vertical]] 105647 Photography, Publishing: R. C. Bishop. P.O. 22353, Denver Colo. 80222 [[/preprinted]] [[5 cent stamp cancelled stamp]] [[preprinted]] POST CARD Address[[/preprinted]] BOB & NANCY SMITHSON 799 GREENWICH ST NYC 10014 NEW YORK
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