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[House With Storm Debris, 1918]

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.
Date: April 14, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Main Street after the Tornado, 1918]

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.
Date: April 14, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Postcard of Soldiers Washing Dishes]

Description: Postcard of soldiers standing around a wash bucket holding dishes, with a long building in the background, and a note that says "Camp Life at Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas." A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to F. P. Hansen in Thornton, Idaho and says "Dear Mother, Here is a picture of some of us boys washing our dishes. Where you see the x, that is me. It isn't very plain but that is me anyway. Show this to the folks so they can see how we hafto wash our own dishes in camp. Eugene."
Date: [1917-10-11, 1918-04-14]
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis