This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960 - Neighborhoods - The Atlantic Cities

This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960

This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960 - Neighborhoods - The Atlantic Cities

Key Colony Beach after Hurricane Donna 9/1960

Key Colony Beach after Hurricane Donna 9/1960

phone booth (Remember those?) in Lakeland after Hurricane Donna, 1960.

phone booth (Remember those?) in Lakeland after Hurricane Donna, 1960.

hurricane donna 1960 orlando - Yahoo Image Search Results

hurricane donna 1960 orlando - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tidal flooding in Everglades City is pictured two days after the passage of Hurricane Donna. Flooding was six to seven feet deep at peak tide, according to caption information from the Florida State Archives. Hurricane Donna roars across South Florida with an 11-foot storm surge, 150 mph winds and more than $300 million in damage. 13 people are dead and 51% of FPL’s customers are without electric service.

Tidal flooding in Everglades City is pictured two days after the passage of Hurricane Donna. Flooding was six to seven feet deep at peak tide, according to caption information from the Florida State Archives. Hurricane Donna roars across South Florida with an 11-foot storm surge, 150 mph winds and more than $300 million in damage. 13 people are dead and 51% of FPL’s customers are without electric service.

Florida Memory - Families survey damage at trailer park by Hurricane Donna - Fort Myers, Florida 1960

Florida Memory - Families survey damage at trailer park by Hurricane Donna - Fort Myers, Florida 1960

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