upside-down house

The house in the foreground appears to be flipped over and falling apart after the tornado. Many of the houses in the background also have visible damage.

~ Francis Heagerty, “upside-down house,” Lorain County Memory, accessed April 20, 2024, https://loraincountymemory.org/items/show/858.

Geolocation


Dublin Core

Title

upside-down house

Description

The house in the foreground appears to be flipped over and falling apart after the tornado. Many of the houses in the background also have visible damage.

Source

Lorain Public Library Archives

Publisher

Lorain Public Library System

Date

1924

Contributor

Tom and Carrol Heagerty, Allison Neumann

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Relation

Heagerty Collection

Format

Jpeg

Language

English

Type

Lorain History

Identifier

20221222_LPLSar_1924tornado_Heagerty_029

Coverage

Lorain city

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

2" x 5"