It's dinner time in the Norbeck Wild Life Preserve and Minnie the Moocher, a mountain sheep, is begging her dinner from a visitor to the Black Hills. Minnie has no inhibitions and even goes so far as to poke her nose into an open car to get a handout.
A feature of the Rapid City Parks Department, Story Book Island is located in beautiful Sioux Park in the heart of the city. Sponsored by the Rapid City Rotary Club, this fantasy of color, animation, and music is the dream of every child some true.
A part of Forest Park was set aside in memory of the late President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated on November 22, 1963. The marker in the picture is one of 4 placed in the area of the Forest where special plantings are being made as a part of a "living" memorial to a beloved man.
Located on Magnetic Mountain this giant statue is seven stories high, with an arm span of 60 feet. Built by the Elna M. Smith Foundation, sculptor Emmet Sullivan, the project originated by Gerald L. L, Smith.
VERA VOO-DOO — One of the versatile Brush-Off Girls. Use as a perfect centerpiece,then just swish her sisal skirt to chase crumbs from the table...Add to the fun with POLLY PILGRIM..from the Studios of National Handcraft.
For more than a century, a statue of the good King Gambrinus — legendary monarch of brewing — reigned at the Pabst home brewery in Milwaukee. The original statue was carved of wood in 1857. In 1966 it was faithfully reproduced in aluminum.
The Usinger Elf trademark is featured on Milwaukee billboards. For over 80 years, Usinger's have been famous throughout the country for the finest in sausage, made according to their original Old World recipes. When in Milwaukee, visit the Usinger retail store at 1030 North Third St.
A spectacular view of the Canyon from Cape Royal (El. 7876 ft.) which was named by C.E. Dutton in 1876. This Cape is in the widest part of the Grand Canyon with the South Rim 18 miles away and the river over a mile below.