This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960 - Neighborhoods - The Atlantic Cities
Anson Street after Hurricane Donna in 1960 Historic Charleston Foundation
Hurricane Donna, 1960 Category 4 Hurricane Donna created the only hurricane-force winds ever recorded across the whole East Coast from Florida to New England.
A fire tender being driven through a flooded street in New York street in the wake of Hurricane Donna in which 135 people lost their lives, 16th September 1960
Hurricane Donna over Florida on Sept. 10, 1960.
Strawberry Water Tower~~ In Plant City Hillsborough Co - FL Hey, look! Good ol' Plant City made it on Pinterest! Hahahaha!
phone booth (Remember those?) in Lakeland after Hurricane Donna, 1960.
Flooding caused by Hurricane Donna (1960) in Miami, Florida. Credit Miami National Weather Service Office
I remember Donna and I was only five years old.
Section of bridge destroyed by Hurricane Donna - Marathon, Florida 1960