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Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to perished

Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to ...

Capt. Low on shore and ship on high waves in background. Illus. in: Charles Johnson, History of Most Famous Highway Men. London, 1734. Reference copy may be in LOT 9351. This record contains unverified, old dat... More

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

Photograph shows Brierfield, the plantation home of Jefferson Davis on what was known as Davis Bend, now Davis Island, about 20 miles down the Mississippi River from Vicksburg, Mississippi (source website Missi... More

The delta of the Mississippi: Scene after the hurricane of October 5
The Hurricane at Samoa on the morning of March 16

The Hurricane at Samoa on the morning of March 16

H.M.S. CALLIOPE, German barque, and wrecked schooner in heavy seas. After sketch by Lt. Monkton. Illus. in: The Illustrated London News, 1889 May 11, p. 596-597. No ref. copy. This record contains unverified da... More

St. John's Guild. Isolation Ward on hurricane deck
[Result of hurricane and fire in a heavy stand of Idaho white pine on Little North fork of St. Joe River, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho]
Str. City of Detroit III, hurricane deck
Destruction of 28th Infantry Camp, Fort Crockett, Tex. by hurricane of August 16-17, 1915

Destruction of 28th Infantry Camp, Fort Crockett, Tex. by hurricane of...

J206847 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Martin Blandford; September 24, 1915; DLC/PP-1915:44993.

New England hurricane. Tobacco barn near Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Amherst, Massachusetts
Memorial to hurricane victims. Matecumbe Key, Florida
Worcester (vicinity), Massachusetts. Wreckage left by a New England hurricane
New England hurricane. Damaged farm house garage near Hartford, Connecticut
New England hurricane. Corner of barn in Connecticut showing how the barn was moved off its foundations
Rockville, Tolland County, Connecticut. The dining room in the house on the farm of John Schneider. Mr. Schnieder suffered from the hurricane, and is a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client
New England hurricane. Apple orchard in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Farmer clearing debris of chicken house between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
Providence, Rhode Island. Outhouse on bay shore after a New England hurricane
Jibaro hurricane shelter. The rags are freshly-washed laundry drying. Puerto Rico
New England hurricane. Salvaging onions near Hadley, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Apple orchard in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Dead chickens in debris of chicken house. Between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Apple orchard near North Brookfield, Massachusetts. This orchard has seven thousand trees and eighty-five percent of them went down
Workers in a tobacco field. The straw shed in the background is a hurricane shelter. Puerto Rico
New England hurricane. Onion, corn stalks, and debris washed across the road by the Connecticut River near Northampton, Massachusetts
Apples for the President. Washington, D.C., Oct 13. A delegation of New England farmers, headed by Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers, visited the president today and presented him with a box of Macintosh apples. While presenting him with the apples they also asked for relief of 25,000 farmers whose crops were destroyed by the recent New England hurricane, they are left to right; C.D. Jordan, Pres. of the Mass. Farm Bureau, Holden, Mass.; George A. Drew, of the Mass. Fruit Growers Assoc. Westford, Mass.; Allister Mac Dougall, Director of the Middlesex County Extension Service, Concord, Mass.; Rep. Rogers, and William Casey, Mass. State Commissioner of Agriculture, 10/13/38
New England hurricane. Tree down on H.L. Beer's place near Worcester, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. House in Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Onion field near Hadley, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Flooded-over cornfield near Amherst, Massachusetts
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
On Saturday afternoon many high school students come to Dickinson's farm to ski. Mr Dickenson built a ski tow on his farm three years ago at a cost of one thousand dollars. This is the first year he had made any money, although business is increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy farm and until the hurricane last year destroyed his entire grove of maple trees he made and sold maple syrup. Lisbon near Franconia, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Dickinson farm and ski town tow, which costs him about one thousand dollars to install three years ago. This is the first season he has made money on it, but business in increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy, and until last year when the hurricane wiped out his entire grove of sugar maple, he used to make and sell syrup. Lisbon, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Logs leveled by 1938 hurricane piled at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
Hurricane lumber. Ledyard, Connecticut
Timber leveled by the 1938 hurricane piled at a saw mill just outside of Warren, New Hampshire
Dickinson farm and ski town tow, which costs him about one thousand dollars to install three years ago. This is the first season he has made money on it, but business in increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy, and until last year when the hurricane wiped out his entire grove of sugar maple, he used to make and sell syrup. Lisbon, New Hampshire
Mr. George lives in the cellar of what was formerly his house. The top part of the house was completely destroyed in the hurricane. He runs a small farm near Canterbury, Connecticut
Timber leveled by the 1938 hurricane piled at a saw mill just outside of Warren, New Hampshire
Logs leveled by 1938 hurricane piled at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
Logs, leveled by 1938 hurricane, piled at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
Landscape showing terrain in area being taken over by Pine Camp, New York. In foreground is a barn destroyed by hurricane. Pine Camp, New York
New York, New York. Chorus girls entertaining during the floor show at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Duke Ellington descending from the ceiling of the Hurricane cabaret playing a medley of his own compositions during a floor show
Turkey Pond, near Concord, New Hampshire. Women workers employed by a U.S. Department of Agriculture timber salvage sawmill. Mrs. Elizabeth Esty and Florence Drouin, pond women, use regular logging pikes to bring the logs into place on the slip. The timber sawed at this mill is wood felled by the hurricane which hit New England in September, 1938
New York, New York. Orchestra leader who fills in for Duke Ellington at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Young dancers at the Hurricane Ballroom
New York, New York. The head waiter of the Hurricane greets Leo Robbins, songwriter, and his party
New York, New York. A sailor and his girlfriend dance at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Scene at the Hurricane Ballroom during a broadcast by Duke Ellington
New York, New York. Dancers at the Hurricane Ballroom. They are dancing to the music of Duke Ellington and his orchestra
New York, New York. Duke Ellington playing at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Dancers at the Hurricane
New York, New York. A sailor and his girlfriend do a bit of jitterbugging at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Chef cook at the Hurricane
Turkey Pond, near Concord, New Hampshire. Women workers employed by a U.S. Department of Agriculture timber salvage sawmill. Mrs. Elizabeth Esty and Florence Drouin, pond woman, use regular logging piles to bring the logs into place on the slip. The timber sawed at this mill is wood felled by the hurricane which hit New England, in September 1938
New York, New York. Duke Ellington plugs his ears with his fingers so that he may hear more definitely the orchestration being played by members of his band at the Hurricane Ballroom
New York, New York. Backstage lighting technician at the Hurricane
Operations in North Africa by Allied air forces. A Royal Air Force high speed launch being directed by a low-flying Hurricane to the spot where a United States pilot is down off the North African Coast
New York, New York. Waiter at the Hurricane signing out early in the morning
New York, New York. Juan Tizol, valve and trombone player of Duke Ellington's orchestra at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Ballroom scene at the Hurricane
New York, New York. Juan Tizol, valve trombone player of Duke Ellington's orchestra at the Hurricane cabaret
New York, New York. A soldier and his girlfriend dancing at the Hurricane to the music of Duke Ellington
New York, New York. Bass fiddle player of Duke Ellington's orchestra at the Hurricane Ballroom
New York, New York. Girl selling souvenirs at the Hurricane Ballroom
New York, New York. Third cook at the Hurricane
Home of legendary rock 'n' roll singer Fats Domino was severely damaged during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. New Orleans, Louisiana

Home of legendary rock 'n' roll singer Fats Domino was severely damage...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

Erected in 1848, the Biloxi Lighthouse on the Gulf of Mexico stood for more than a century and a half before taking a severe battering from Hurricane Katrina in 2005

Erected in 1848, the Biloxi Lighthouse on the Gulf of Mexico stood for...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. The lighthouse was reopened to tours in 2010 after a wh... More

Mississippi coast after Hurricane Katrina, 2006

Mississippi coast after Hurricane Katrina, 2006

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-2010... More

Broken miniature golf pieces in the ruins of Biloxi, Mississippi coast after hurricane Katrina

Broken miniature golf pieces in the ruins of Biloxi, Mississippi coast...

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-2010... More

Barber Shop damaged by Hurricane Katrina, 2005, located in Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana

Barber Shop damaged by Hurricane Katrina, 2005, located in Ninth Ward,...

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-2010... More

Damaged house after 2005 Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, Louisiana

Damaged house after 2005 Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, Louisiana

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-2010... More

Mardi Gras Parade, New Orleans, Louisiana, a few months after Hurricane Katrina

Mardi Gras Parade, New Orleans, Louisiana, a few months after Hurrican...

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase ; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-201... More

Only steps left after 2005 Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi coast, Mississippi

Only steps left after 2005 Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi coast, Missi...

Title, date, and subjects provided by the photographer. Credit line: Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift and purchase; Carol M. Highsmith; 2009; (DLC/PP-2010... More

In one sense, this is a photograph of a lovely row of houses in Galveston, Texas. But look closely in the figure in the foreground. In 2008, ferocious Hurricane Ike and its surge of high salt water killed an estimated 40,000 trees. But Galveston Island Tree Conservancy member Donna Leibbert found chain saw sculptors to create art from the dead trees in the historic district. This is one of them
Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Hurricane Irrigation Canal, State Route 15 Vicinity, Hurricane, Washin...

Significance: When an expanding population created a demand for more farmland, the residents of the narrow Virgin River valley turned to the Hurricane Bench, a broad expanse of fertile land requiring only water... More

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Wa...

Significance: The Gould Wash Bridge, built by W.W. Clyde and Company of Springville, Utah under the supervision of George Adams, represents a good example of reinforced concrete T-beam bridge construction typic... More

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Wa...

Significance: The Gould Wash Bridge, built by W.W. Clyde and Company of Springville, Utah under the supervision of George Adams, represents a good example of reinforced concrete T-beam bridge construction typic... More

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Wa...

Significance: The Gould Wash Bridge, built by W.W. Clyde and Company of Springville, Utah under the supervision of George Adams, represents a good example of reinforced concrete T-beam bridge construction typic... More

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