1930 Frost Tornado
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Frost Train Depot & Box Car on Side
Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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Photograph from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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This Photo appeared in the May 8, 1930 Houston Chronicle

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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This Photo appeared in the May 8, 1930 Houston Chronicle

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
All rights reserved

This Photo appeared in the May 8, 1930 Houston Chronicle

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
All rights reserved

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
All rights reserved

This Photo appeared in the May 8, 1930 Houston Chronicle

 

Real Photo Post Card  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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Press Photo  from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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This photo was used in the May 7th Dallas Times Herald

Text attached to the photo : Residential section of Frost, Texas, leveled by tornado's blast. A view of the ruined residential section in Frost, after the furious tornado of may 6th had spent its force. In this city twenty five persons were killed and many hundreds injured. The storm swept throughout Central and Southern Texas and exacted an estimated total of 69 dead.

 

An Automobile carried fifty feet by the wind and dropped bottom up
Photo from the May 7th, 1930 Dallas Times Herald
-- Staff Photos by Phil Nash

 

Red Cross relief stationed opened at daylight for storm refugees
Photo from the May 7th, 1930 Dallas Times Herald
-- Staff Photos by Phil Nash

 

Press Photo from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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This Photo appeared in the May 7, 1930 Dallas Times Herald

Where one was killed in Texas tornado. The ruins of the drugstore owned by
Ed Patterson of Frost, photographed after the tornado of Tuesday had spent its force.
Patterson in the store at the time, was killed by the collapsing of the roof

 

Press Photo from the collection of Edward L. Williams
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Downtown Frost After the Tornado [Zoom]

 


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