1959: Playing In The Snow

Silhouettes in a Snowstorm in 1959 "This artistic study of a human figure and a dog silhouetted against the first snowfall of the season was captured by Daily Globe photographer Larry Schlick Thursday. Actually the snowfall was not as bad as the photo suggests. It only seemed that bad to forlorn human figures who were…
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1959: Slick Highways Bring Three Accidents

More on the nasty blizzard of November 1959. Next post at noon.

1959: Blizzard Rages Across The Plains

Blizzard Rages Across Plains in early November 1959. Three accidents occurred and as usual, things got mighty messed up. Next post at noon.

1959: Blizzard Strikes Worthington

A snowstorm hit Worthington in early November 1959. Worthington policemen making their rounds at midnight were among the few residents on city streets as the first snow storm of the season settled over southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa Wednesday night. Officer Wayne Radenbough (am I reading that remotely correctly?) Redenbaugh (thanks, Sea Town!) trudged through…
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