Debris and Vehicles After Tornado

Debris and Vehicles After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a road with old cars and trucks traveling on it after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. In the background are bare trees, a car, and debris. In the foreground is a partial view of a vehicle and debris.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Broken Trees and Debris After Tornado

Broken Trees and Debris After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of snapped tree limbs and debris that includes wooden boards and furniture after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. In the background is a damaged two-story building and a trailer.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Debris and Houses After Tornado

Debris and Houses After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of a large pile of wooden boards and a group of houses after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. In the foreground is a fallen telephone pole and the ground is covered with boards.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Building with No Walls After Tornado

Building with No Walls After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of a building with fallen walls after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. Inside the buildings are shelves lined with buckets, boxes, doors, and sacks. The foreground is covered with the wall and wooden beams.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Cars and Debris After Tornado

Cars and Debris After Tornado

Date: April 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a dirt road with fallen trees, old cars, and debris after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. In the near foreground is a view of metal sidings, possibly the back of a truck.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Debris After Tornado

Debris After Tornado

Date: April 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of large piles of debris that includes fallen walls, wooden boards, and tree limbs after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. On the left side of the frame is an old car and in the background a two-story building. On the right side of the frame is a road and several vehicles. There are many bare trees throughout the photograph.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Car Dented with Bricks After Tornado

Car Dented with Bricks After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of a car badly dented with bricks after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. Behind the car is a row of damaged store fronts. The signs on the stores read, "Weis Dry Goods Company" and "Slack and Wassenmiller Grocery and Market". In the background on the left side of the frame is a group of men with a ladder and a man on top of the store's awning. On the right side of the frame behind the car is a group of men in hat and a boy carrying a broom.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Damaged Building After Tornado

Damaged Building After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McMurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of a damaged two-story brick building after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. The windows of the building are blown out and the roof is damaged. In front of the building is a pile of debris with bricks and wooden beams. In the close foreground on the right side of the frame is a partial view of an old car.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Cars Driving After Tornado

Cars Driving After Tornado

Date: April 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of several cars and trucks driving towards the left side of the frame after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. There is one car driving the opposite direction and a police car parked on the side of the road. On the ground lining the road are trees and fallen trees.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Fallen Houses After Tornado

Fallen Houses After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of two or three fallen houses after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. The houses were two stories tall. In the foreground is a street and two driveways.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
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