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Pam Dunne (cq, far right) and her daughter Ann (cq, far left), both of Boerne, Tx. were two of a number of postal customers to buy a 40 Wonders of America stamp set and cache Thursday June 29, 2006 as well as having the stamp cancelled with a special cancellation featuring Cliff Palace for Mesa Verde's 100th birthday. In the background is Postmaster Relief Jean Burge (cq, center) of Lewis, Co. She said the tiny post office open since 1935 was much busier than normal because of the special stamps and cancellation. On June 29, 1906 Theodore Roosevelt designated Mesa Verde a national park, the first cultural national park in the history of the world. The park will celebrate it's 100th birthday with a weekend of events, dancing, musical entertainment and special tours of some of the cliff dwellings. (MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ Pam and Ann Dunne and Jean Burge

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