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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 2. Curious Sand-Stone Rock, excavated near the cave about 15 years since, and now to be seen in the Hotel yard. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 8. Column of Hercules. Is also in the “Gothic Chapel.” It is formed by the union of stalactites and stalagmites, is eight feet in height and thirty in circumference. The length of time necessary to form such a column may be inferred from the fact that it takes fifty years to form an incrustration no thicker than a wafer. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 10. Devil’s Arm Chair. In “Gothic Avenue” is a large column about 500 yards beyond the chapel. There is a niche or seat in it in which one of the guides may be seen sitting. The ceiling of Gothic Avenue is singularly beautiful as the stalactites assume the most fantastic shapes. In the niche of this column the celebrated Jenny Lind rested for some time during her visit to the cave. VG. $25

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 12. Wandering Willie’s Spring. Is a small rill of water trickling down from the roof and the wall of rock on the left hand side of the Main Cave beyond the “Rotunda” and “Methodist Church.” It is named after a country violinist who wandered away from his party, had his lamp extinguished and was found lying asleep beside the spring. On the left will be observed some names of visitors cut on the rock. The spring is about half a mile from the entrance. VG. $25

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 16. Entrance to Long Route. Is on the left of “Giant’s Coffin” and so narrow and low that visitors have to stoop almost to the ground in passing through it. On the right may be seen the end of Giant’s Coffin. By some it is supposed that the water receded from the main cave through this passage. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 17. Deserted Chamber. Is a dreary looking room about 100 feet in length. The guide in the picture is entering the chamber from the narrow passage beneath the “Giant’s Coffin.” In “Wooden Bowl Chamber” adjoining this apartment a curious looking Indian bowl was found. The Indians used long reeds filled with deer’s fat as torches to guide them through the cave. VG. $25

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 25. Grand Crossing. Is in “Pensacola Avenue.” Here four large avenues branch off from the main one. The rocks here are completely covered with the names of visitors scratched on them. Grand Crossing is about two miles and a quarter from the entrance. G. $20

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 29. Bacon Chamber. Is situated to the right of “River Hall” which is entered from “Great Relief.” The curious projections from the roof resembling flitches of bacon, are caused by the action of water at a period when the chamber was completely filled with water. It is one of the best views taken in the cave. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 30. Bandit Hall. Is immediately above “Bacon Chamber” and at the commencement of Spark’s Avenue which leads to “Mammoth Dome.” Several unexplored avenues branch off here in every direction. The scene represents a party of “bandits” at dinner and as reviewed by the magnesium light exceeds in Romantic wildness the most extravagant conceptions of Salvator Rosa. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 33. Cliffs Over the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is a black ominous looking body of water, about 40 feet below the terrace on which the three persons in the picture are standing. Visitors pass along the terrace and descend the ladder on their way to the river. The sea lies below the foot of the rock over which the parties in the view are looking. VG. $30

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 38. Snowball Chamber. Is about a quarter of a mile beyond Martha’s Vineyard. The roof seems to be one mass of snowballs each of which is from two to four inches in diameter. VG. $35

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 40. Rosa’s Bower. Is another section of the roof in Cleveland’s Cabinet and consists of a beautiful collection of gypsum flowers resembling roses and dahlias. VG. $25

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 42. The Last Rose of Summer. This is one of the most beautiful gypsum formations in the cave. It is eight inches in diameter and of snowy whiteness. The distance from the entrance to this point in “Cleveland Cabinet” is 7 1/2 miles and from here to the end of the “Long Route” 1 1/2 miles. VG. $25

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Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published by E&HT Anthony. Mammoth Cave Views. No. 31. Pillars in Mammoth Dome. The Mammoth Dome is one of the largest in the world. It is 250 feet in height and of immense size. Those pillars are of collossal dimensions and standing beneath them one would imagine himself amid the ruins of some Egyptian temple. E. $35

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