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William Hyde (16)
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May 1886 (6)
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1. Lathrop School Lathrop School 1886 Corner view of Lathrop School; located at 8th and May. Damage from 1886 tornado apparent. Horse-drawn fire equipment visible on street in foreground. Large crowds of people lining street and school grounds....

2. Jackson County Courthouse Tornado Damage Jackson County Courthouse Tornado Damage May 11, 1886 Crowds of people viewing tornado damage to Jackson County Courthouse; located at 2nd and Main. Handwriting on mount says Killed [2], injured 5.

3. Tornado Damage to Residences Tornado Damage to Residences n.d. Distant view of tornado damage to residences located at 12th and Charlotte.

4. Deardorff Building Deardorff Building January 19, 1892 Full frontal view of Deardorff Building covered with ice after a fire; located at 11th and Main.

5. Deardorff Building Deardorff Building January 17, 1892 Full side view of Deardorff Building covered with ice after a fire; located at 11th and Main. Advertisement sign on street reads Mercer's Jewelry Store. Includes two uniformed policemen or firemen in view....

6. Lathrop School After Tornado Lathrop School After Tornado May 1886 Lathrop School located at southeast corner of 8th and May in Kansas city, Missouri. Damage from cyclone/tornado of 1886 is evident.

7. Tornado Damage to Factory Tornado Damage to Factory 1886 Looking along 3rd Street at damage to building identified on mount as overall factory. Street is filled with people and buggies. Handwriting on mount reads Killed 7, injured 14.

8. Hannibal Bridge Tornado Damage Hannibal Bridge Tornado Damage May 1886 Looking southeast from the north side of the Missouri River at damage to Hannibal Bridge from tornado.

9. Tornado Damages to Residences Tornado Damages to Residences Looking west at 15th and Main towards residences damaged by tornado.

10. Tornado Damage to Buildings Tornado Damage to Buildings 1882 Tornado damage to buildings at 15th and Grand. Side of one building reads Boston Clothing House. Men and buggies and dirt street in view.

11. Jackson County Courthouse Tornado Damage Jackson County Courthouse Tornado Damage May 1886 Tornado damage to Jackson County Courthouse; located at 2nd and Main.

12. Lathrop School Tornado Damage Lathrop School Tornado Damage May 1886 Tornado damage to Lathrop School located at southeast corner of 8th and May.

13. Tornado Damage to Smith and Moffatt Tornado Damage to Smith and Moffatt May 1886 Tornado damage to Smith and Moffatt; located at 4 West 2nd Street. Handwritten label on mount reads View of Smith & Moffats Factory after the Tornado On Tuesday May 11th 1886 ad.

14. Tornado Damage to Tree Tornado Damage to Tree n.d. Tornado damage to tree located at 14th and Locust.

15. Tornado Damage to Residence Tornado Damage to Residence 1882 Tornado damage to unidentified brick residence on Wyandotte between 15th and 16th Streets. Unidentified man standing by sidewalk.

16. Tornado Damage to Church Tornado Damage to Church 1882 Tornado damage to unidentified church located at 14th and Oak. Unidentified man looking on.

17. Fire Damage Fire Damage n.d. Unidentified building covered with ice after fire; sign before building reads What's the Use Going North for an Ice Palace! This Ought To Satisfy Every-Body.

18. People Viewing Tornado Damage People Viewing Tornado Damage 1882 Unidentified men and women in horse-drawn carriages viewing residences damaged by tornado on 14th Street between Oak and Locust. Back of mount stamped with Scotford & Merell Photographers, 715 Main St.,...

19. Fire Damaged Building Fire Damaged Building n.d. Unidentified men posed near unidentified building covered with ice after a fire.

20. Midland Hotel Midland Hotel 1888 Unidentified men posted near Midland Hotel after collapse of dining room ceiling in which Frank Edison was killed.