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Remnants Of Trailer Mangled By Tornado, June 1946

Remnants Of Trailer Mangled By Tornado, June 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1946
Caption
WHAT IS LEFT OF TRAILER WHERE ONE DIED: Charles Fred Hourtienne of Ypsilanti was killed when a violent twister mangled the trailer in which he was sleeping last night, leaving only its base (above) unbroken. The rest of the trailer, which was originally located on the property of Mrs. Naomi Beadle at 1012 E. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti, was found scattered in small pieces over a large field. (Ann Arbor News photo.) (Other pictures on page 16.)

Mrs. Naomi Beadle's Home Damaged By Tornado, June 1946

Mrs. Naomi Beadle's Home Damaged By Tornado, June 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1946
Caption
WHERE MAN ESCAPED INJURY: Herschel Trees, a roomer, was in the bathroom of the house owned by Mrs. Naomi Beadle, 1012 E. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti, when a tornado struck last night. The violent twister hurled a tree through the walls, demolishing the room. But Trees walked out unhurt. This morning Mrs. Beadle (above) surveyed what was left to the bathroom. (Ann Arbor News photo.)