Debris from Higgins Tornado

Debris from Higgins Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: Russell Minton
Description: View of wooden planks and other debris from tornado destruction from dirt road.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Building and People After Tornado

Building and People After Tornado

Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: Russell Minton
Description: Photograph of three damaged buildings due to tornado. There are piles of wooden planks and other objects in front of the buildings. A group of people are collected on the right side of the frame and a man, woman, and child looking at them from the left side.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
The Junior Historian, Volume 30, Number 2, November 1969

The Junior Historian, Volume 30, Number 2, November 1969

Date: November 1969
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
The Texas Historian, Volume 55, Number 1, September 1994

The Texas Historian, Volume 55, Number 1, September 1994

Date: September 1994
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
The Junior Historian, Volume 14, Number 6, May 1954

The Junior Historian, Volume 14, Number 6, May 1954

Date: May 1954
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
[Ruins of Christian Church]

[Ruins of Christian Church]

Date: April 15, 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the building of Christian Church in Aubrey, which has been flattened. The steeple remains upright, but the roof is resting on the ground. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin
[House With Storm Debris, 1918]

[House With Storm Debris, 1918]

Date: April 14, 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a frame house with brick debris on the roof and in the yard. In the foreground, textiles dry on a clothesline. In the background, a woman stands beyond the corner of the house. Built before 1885, this house was the home of Wood Goin in the early twentieth century. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin
[Main Street after the Tornado, 1918]

[Main Street after the Tornado, 1918]

Date: April 14, 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of buildings damaged by a tornado. The destroyed structure was the carriage building for Grey's Furniture and the undertaker. It has been turned upside down by a tornado that had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin
[Ruins of Methodist Church]

[Ruins of Methodist Church]

Date: April 15, 1918
Creator: Parsons, Randy
Description: Photograph of the ruins of a Methodist church in Aubrey after a tornado. Houses, including the home of Dr. Bate, are visible in the background, and there is a great deal of debris on the ground.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin
[Morning After Tornado]

[Morning After Tornado]

Date: April 15, 1918
Creator: Jones, Ed
Description: Photograph of pedestrians and passengers in horse-drawn carriages and wagons viewing storm damage. Mullins Hotel is visible in the background on the left. The depot is in the upper right. The lumberyard, rolls of barbed wire, and the hardware store are all visible. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin
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