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Weather Diary  21 September 1938 The Hurricane of Still image:
Size: 3888 x 2187
Acquisition: Graphic, Scanned illustration
Frame rate: still
Clearance: No releases required
Location: New England
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: N/A
Geography: N/A
Still images available: Y
Keywords:   Damage & Aftermath, Waves & Surf, Hurricanes, The sea, Hurricane damage, Daily weather diary, September Weather Events, Weather History, Storm Surge
Asset ID: 5558
Title: Weather Diary 21 September 1938
Concept: The Hurricane of '38.
Detail: Again the story is told...a vicious hurricane strikes without warning. It moved north with great speed across Long Island (The Long Island Express) and into New England just west of New Haven and continued north into Massachusetts and Vermont. The Great New England hurricane of '38 caused a third of a billion dollars in damage (in 1938 dollars!) and over 600 lives were lost. Tales of a storm surge sweeping inland along the south shore of Long Island are truly awesome. Automobiles found themselves unable to drive away from the coast fast enough as a 50 foot wall of water came churning onshore. Hundreds of people spent the night floating on rooftops in Narragansett Bay, RI after the storm surge had smashed most coastal buildings to smithereens and left thousands of tons of debris floating in mountainous seas. Passenger railroad trains were literally swept away by the inrushing sea.

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