Photograph of a person on the edge of a cliff in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, 1900-1940. A steep and tall cliff can be seen from center towards the right. Trees and boulders are visible on the flat top of the cliff, as well as a person standing at the edge at center. The sides of the cliff are composed of smooth rock, while other canyons and mountains can be seen in the left background.
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