STORMS ACROSS AMERICA - 1935 Storms across America in 1935 included floods in Mississippi, a Gulf Coast, Texas tornado that killed 20,000 cattle and blizzards that buried Washington D.C. and New York City in winter white.
SNOWSTORM BURIES TOYAMA, JAPAN The homes and streets of Toyama, Japan are buried in snow and ice following a record-breaking snowstorm. People tunnel or dig out their houses and large blocks of snow and ice are carted away by sled to a nearby river. One young woman enjoys being pulled down the street in a sled.
Date: 1933 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Shot on Film, Exists on BetaSP Length: 00:00:44:00, No Audio
BURIED CARS RECOVERED AFTER BLIZZARD Snow plows and volunteer rescuers dig out cars buried in deep drifts of snow after a fierce blizzard left several thousand people stranded in Arrowhead, California.
GALE HITS THE WINDY CITY & ITS SHORES Huge waves break along the shores of Lake Michigan as gale winds at better than 60 m.p.h. help the windy city of Chicago live up to its nickname. Inland pedestrians hold on their hats and run for safety from the storm.
WEATHER BRINGS TRAGEDY ACROSS THE WORLD A sudden downpour in Southwestern, Colorado turns Bear Creek Canyon into a raging river. Afterwards people begin the hard job of digging their vehicles and houses out of the mud as well as recovering the dead. Across the world bad weather also brings tragedy when a cyclone hits Koro, Japan killing 19 people.
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