(6 x 4 In) This is an original vintage Dexter Press, Inc., Luray Manufacturing & Distributing Co. fold-out chrome postcard from the 1960s. It contains 13 fold-out view of Luray Caverns, Virginia. "The Great Stalacpipe Organ", "Washington Column", "Fried Eggs", "Reflection in Dream Lake", "Throne Canopy", "Color Cascades", "Titania's Veil". "The Luray Singing Tower", "Specter Column", "Frozen Fountain", "Wishing Well", "Interior View of Saracen's Tent", "Car and Carriage Caravan - 1911 Hupmobile".

"Since their discovery , August 13, 1878, the Beautiful Caverns of Luray have become famous the world over and now attract increasing thousands of visitors each year. They are situated in Virginia's Picturesque Shenandoah Valley, just of scenic Skyline Drive, which traverses the Shenandoah National Park. 

These Limestone Caverns , formed millions of years ago, are one of the geological wonders of the earth. They consist of a series of large rooms connected by natural passageways and through this amazing handiwork of nature, guided tours, lead the visitor, without the retracing of any section. 

A scientific system of lighting enhances the majestic natural splendor of the rooms, revealing a vast array of glittering stalactites, graceful draperies, massive columns, cascades of whitest snow and other formations. The Surfaces of several large lakes gleam like mirrors in various parts of the caverns."

The postcard is unused and is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, general stains and scuffs on cover. 

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