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Unidentified photographer, Dust Storm in Rolla, Kansas; - 05/06/35; Dear Mr. Roosevelt, Darkness came when it hit us. Picture taken from water tower one hundred feet high. Yours Truly, Chas. P. Williams. - Photo: Massive Dark cloud approaching village in forefront., 1935, 14 April, Gelatin silver print, National Archives and Records Administration, [ARC Identifier: 195691], LL/1653
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458.01   Improving content on US states
458.02   Alexander Gardner and others: Across the continent on the Kansas Pacific Railroad
458.03   Joseph P. Babbitt: Engineers and Surveyors on the Kansas City Bridge (1869)
458.04   Lori Nix: Accidentally Kansas
458.05   Black Blizzards
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