TWO REPORTS. REPORT I: OMAHA CYCLONE IN PICTURES, EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1913, [Omaha]: Mogy Publishing Co., 1913. First edition. 8vo. Printed wrappers, n.p. (32 pp.), illustrated, advertisements, text. Front cover soiled, bottom fore-edge chip that affects the corners of 24 pages, but does not affect either the text or the photographs, else a good copy. REPORT II: THE TRACK OF THE TORNADO THAT STRUCK OMAHA AT 6 P.M., EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1913. [Omaha: Bee Publishing Co.], 1913. First edition. Oblong 12mo. Pictorial wrappers, n.p. (28 pp.), illustrated. Very good copy. A terribly destructive tornado struck Omaha, Nebraska on Easter Sunday, March 23, 1913, with the toll being the loss of 500 lives, 350 people injured, 2,500 people left homeless, 550 homes demolished , 11 chuches wrecked, 8 schools wrecked, at an estimated loss of $5,000,000. We have joined these two publications together because none of the numerous photographs of the destruction duplicate themselves, and present a broader view of the devastaion.
Inventory Number: 31461