Overturned Vehicle and Debris After Tornado

Overturned Vehicle and Debris After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a landscape of bare trees and debris after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. On the left side of the frame is an overturned vehicle. In the foreground is a puddle of mud.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Vehicles and Damaged Building After Tornado

Vehicles and Damaged Building After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a damaged two-story building after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. In front of the building is a trailer and large pole with a wire going to the ground. There are two old cars and an old truck on the left side of the frame. In the foreground is a dirt road that leads to the building.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
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
Two Men and Tornado-Damaged Vehicle

Two Men and Tornado-Damaged Vehicle

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McMurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of a trailer with large tires in a puddle after the Higgins/Glazier tornado. There is a shadow in the foreground of a person wearing a hat. In the background are railroad tracks, torn-up trees, a truck, telephone poles, and a damaged building.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Town After Tornado

Town After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McMurry, J.W.
Description: Photograph of street in a town after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas Tornado. The street is filled with debris, mostly wooden beams. On the left side of the frame is a row of damaged two-story buildings. In front of the buildings is a bus, a few cars, and several people, mostly men wearing jackets and hats. A sign on the building closes to the left side of the frame reads, "...OODS-CO."
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
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