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Picture of the Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park as seen in the early 1920s
April 18, 2022

Yellowstone Falls

This picture of the Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park ran in the April 1922 issue, in a story called "The Scenery of North America." The falls are 308 feet high—nearly twice that of Niagara Falls.
Photograph by Albert Schlecten, Nat Geo Image Collection
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