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Three photographs showing a tornado at Hardtner, Kansas. The photographs were taken from Mamie and Fay Rathgeber's farm located two miles north of Hardtner. The Hardtner Press, June 6, 1929, described the tornado as a "big gray elephant trunk or sausage balloon strung across town with one end in the cloud and the other switching around in a cloud of dust on the ground, you can imagine something of what the twister looked like as it passed over town."

Creator: Rathgeber, Mamie and Fay
Date: June 2, 1929

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Item Number: 221761
Call Number: QC.9 STO.T .1929 *1-3
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 221761

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