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No. 21: Destruction of Broadway between 16th and 17th Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21…

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No. 6: Destruction of Baxter Park, around Jefferson Street between 11th and 12th Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado.…

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No. 28: Destruction of a Tobacco Warehouse.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28…

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No. 9: Destruction of 9th Street, looking north.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the…

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No. 12: Destruction at 8th and River Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28…

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No. 26: Destruction at the corner of 8th and Main Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out…

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Brothers William and Joseph Crawford owned adjoining farms off Poplar Level Road before World War I, and both had to make way for the camp. Today their farmhouses sit streets apart in a residential area between Poplar Level and Illinois Avenue.

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Brothers William and Joseph Crawford owned adjoining farms off Poplar Level Road before World War I, and both had to make way for the camp. Today their farmhouses sit streets apart in a residential area between Poplar Level and Illinois Avenue.

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No. 15: Destruction of 18th and Market Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28…

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No. 18: Destruction of 16th and Chestnut Street.

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is compiled of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection is compiled of 21 out of the…
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