Omaha, NE Disastrous Tornado, Mar 1913

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HENRIETTA GRIER.
HELEN NOWNS.
Three unidentified women, brought to Wise Memorial hospital.
CLIFF DANIELS, mail carrier.
MRS. CLIFF DANIELS and two daughters.
MRS. R. R. VAN BEVAN.
MRS. ADA NEWMAN.
MRS. FREDA HULTING, died after reaching Child Saving Institute.
MRS. DAVIS.
Baby THELMA, 2 years old.
______ RILEY, 45 years old.
______ ROXIE.
MRS. CORALIE NORRIS.
MISS B. DAVIS.
C. E. COPLEY.
______ JIMPSON.
MISS HEINIE and Sister.
J. B. NICHOLS.
Known Dead at Council Bluffs:
MRS. WILLIAM POOLE.
J. R. RICE.
MRS. J. R. RICE.
MR. SCHOOLS and Wife and Baby NORGAARD.
BENJAMIN BENNINGHOFF, Dutch Hollow.
Known Dead at Ralston:
H. E. SAID.
MRS. H. E. SAID.
Unidentified Man, 35 years old, supposed to be BERT THOMAS.
HARRY MORRAS.
MARY MARAN.
MRS. EDITH KIMBALL, 29 years old, Winnipeg, Can.
FRANCES KIMBALL, 2 years old.
Injured:
GEORGE DUNCAN of the Bee.
O. G. WILSON, 111 North Twenty-eighth avenue.
MAX HARDING.
W. J. HEINS, both legs broken.
ED L. DUCKERT.
D. C. PATTERSON.
CHARLES BLACK, furniture man.
R. E. HARRIS, attorney.
CROSBY WYMAN.
MRS. CHARLES BLACK.
MRS. COTTON, Thirty-eighth and Davenport.
HALEYON COTTON, Thirty-eighth and Davenport.
CHARLES PICKENS.
E. W. DIXON.
M. W. HALL.
C. E. LATHROY.
MRS. A. J. PACK, 4117 Farnam, and five others in same house.
J. F. GILLIGAN, 4212 Harney, and seven others there.
WILL McBRIDE, 4115 Farnam.
MRS. A. J. NEWMAN, 4224 Dewey.
MRS. SULLIVAN, 4217 Harney.
M. N. HOLM, SR., 369 North Thirty-eighth.
MRS. ARTHUR LAVIDGE and baby, 369 North Thirty-eighth.

It is estimated that 200 houses throughout all of the western part of the city were totally or partially demolished. The mansions of the JOSLYNS and the CARPENTERS were damaged by the storm.

Through the Bemis park district it swept tearing down the houses right and left.

Along Lincoln boulevard at Thirty-fourth street nearly up to Myrtle avenue the houses were all demolished. The house at the corner built by Tolf Hanson was entirely destroyed.

Trees in the park were uprooted and twisted as if they were reeds.
T. B. NORRIS and his daughter, CORALIE NORRIS, were taken out of the wreck of their house, 3507 Burt street, and are said to be dead.
A MRS. LONG living in this district is reported dead and it is said that a MISS SAWYER has a broken leg.

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