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First Entrance, Indian Cave, Mammoth Cave. (Printed verso reads: "FIRST ENTRANCE, INDIAN CAVE is located on Cave City Mammoth Cave Road, five and one half miles east of Mammoth Cave Hotel. Indian Cave is a large historic cavern with a variety of formations, crystal gypsumm onyx stalactites, domes, pits and streams, recently lighted throughout and opened for travel. Belonging to the Mammoth Cave System and located directly on Old Stage Coach Line, passengers found it very interesting for beauty. Indian mummies were also shown. It is said that Jesse James took hiding here for a time after robbing the Mammoth Cave Stage Coach September 1, 1880.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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