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Stage Coach Inn, West Yellowstone, Montana

Shown in the image below is a view of the faux-Tudor style Stage Coach Inn, located at the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

Kodachrome Reproduction by Mike Roberts Studios Berkeley 2, Calif.

The caption states:

STAGE COACH INN

WEST YELLOWSTONE, MONTANA

Coffee Shop — Bar — Lounge — Sport Shop. A Summer and Winter Resort Hotel. Big Game Hunting and Winter Sports. “The Trout Fisherman’s Paradise”

— As indicated by the link to the business, this hotel is still in operation at the original site and with the original structure after more than 70 years.

The cars in this image place the card from the 1950s.

San Francisco, California and Environs

This folio features colorized photos and illustrations of several scenic views and notable landmarks in and around San Francisco, California.

Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art Colortone”

The image on the back cover of the folio is seen twice in this listing as it is an exact copy of an image included in the folio.

This folio was used and is dated 15 July 1947.

Republic Mountain, Cooke, Montana

This image shows the imposing bulk of Republic Mountain as it looms over the small community of Cooke, Montana. This town is located across the Wyoming-Montana border.

Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y.

The caption states:

#4122 – Cooke, Montana and Republic Mountain. Cooke is the north east entrance to Yellowstone Park on the Beartooth Highway (U.S. 12)

— The village of Cooke is home to various sorts of winter sports due to its proximity to the mountains that surround it.

This card likely dates from the 1940s.