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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 22, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 23, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 27, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 28, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 30, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 31, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Jacques de Romas, French scientist, experimenting with lightning and electricity comtemporaneously with Benjamin Franklin. In: La Nature 1877 P. 136.
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Jacques de Romas, French scientist, experimenting with lightning and electricity comtemporaneously with Benjamin Franklin. In: La Nature 1877 P. 137.
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Multiple arcs in the sky observed at Gareloch, Scotland, October 20, 1879. In: La Nature 1880. P. 32.
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The disaster on the Seine caused by the ice jam breakup on January 5, 1880. In: La Nature 1880. P. 116.
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The disaster on the Seine caused by the ice jam breakup on January 5, 1880. In: La Nature 1880. P. 117.
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The winter of 1879-1880 in Paris. The aspect of the streets. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 57.
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Niagara Falls frozen over in the winter of 1880-1881. In: La Nature, 1881, p. 8 .
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Waterspouts formed off Toulon on February 28, 1881. In: La Nature, 1881, p. 257.
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Ice boats sailing on a frozen over lake in Canada. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 160 .
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Ilopango Volcano steaming in an El Salvador Lake. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 337.
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Funnel cloud observed in Norwich, England. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 215.
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Funnel cloud observed in Norwich, England. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 215. Different aspects of the funnel cloud as it "ropes out."
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Unwise adventurers on an ice jam on the river Loire near Saumur, January 20, 1880. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 153.
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Cutting through the ice to disengage a vessel, 1835. In: La Nature, 1880, p. 153.
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Imaginative view of Captain Charles Hall observing aurora borealis who died of arsenic poisoning during an Arctic expedition in 1871. In: La Nature, 1880.
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View of Woods Hole during New England Hurricane of 1938.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1938 September 21
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September
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Although known as the Great Miami Hurricane, it also devastated parts of the Gulf Coast. It besieged Pensacola for 20 hours on September 20 with hurricane force winds. Apparently these photos were taken from a Navy aircraft following the hurricane passage and passed to then Lieutenant Schoppe who was commanding officer officer of a C&GS ship engaged in post storm surveys.
Florida, Pensacola area 1926 late September

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