Havasu Falls. The back reads "Deep in the Grand Canyon, Havasu Creek flows the the Indian village of Supai and then makes five spectacular drops over travertine terraces. The lovliest [sic] of these is Havasu with its split veils leading into the blue-green pools below. Here, Indian children enjoy its cool, clean waters.
A western ways color photo by Ray Manley."
Older card. The place where one would put a stamp reads "Only 3 cents postage required." I would hazard a guess that these days one would be likely to find Havasu Falls crawling with tourists.
Sent to J- in Florida.
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