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Here are 38 aerial photographs showing the path of the 1966 Topeka tornado. Registered as an F5, the powerful storm traveled from the southwest of the city to the northeast, causing the deaths of 17 people, and more than $104 million in damage. The tornado was on the ground for 34 minutes, and left a path of destruction 21 miles long and one-half mile wide.

Creator: Aerial Photography International, Inc.
Date: June 10, 1966

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Aerial views of the 1966 Topeka tornado's path - full view of path (auto-stitched)

Item Number: 313288
Call Number: FK2.S5 T.4 T.1966 *211-248
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 313288

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