Omaha, NE Disastrous Tornado, Mar 1913
OMAHA SWEPT BY STORM WHICH KILLS OVER HUNDRED; FIRE INCREASES TRAGEDY.
DEATH LIST OF STORM VICTIMS SWELLS HOURLY.
Omaha, March 24 -- Ripping its way through the western part of the city, tearing down houses and leaving a trail of ruins and death, a tornado struck Omaha at 6 o'clock last evening.
The region in the neighborhood of Forty-third and Dewey and avenue along Thirty-eighth street and the Bemis park district were the heaviest hit.
Following is a partial list of dead:
MRS. B. DAVIS, 4428 Jackson.
MRS. IDA NEWMAN, 4424 Dewey avenue.
MISS FREDA HULTING, 4424 Dewey avenue. Home is Twenty-seventh and Chicago.
Unknown baby, Child Saving Institute.
T. B. NORRIS, 3507 Burt.
MISS CORALIE NORRIS, 3507 Burt.
MABEL McBRIDE, 4115 Farnam.
MRS. SULLIVAN, 4211 Harney, taken out.
JOHN HANSON, Forty-eighth and Mayberry avenue.
Unidentified Man, found at Forty-second and Farnam streets, may be a MR. McKINNON of Council Bluffs.
MRS. MOTE, Ralston.
MARIE MORAN, 13 years old, Ralston.
ART MORAN, in charge of Cudahy's ice house, Ralston.
MRS. KIMBALL of Kansas, visiting at Ralston.
Little KIMBALL Girl, visiting at Ralston.
ALBERT FIELDS, Forty-second and Franklin.
C. F. COPLEY.
P. H. HERRIN.
MRS. E. F. FITZGERALD.
About 40 negroes in the burned ruins of the Idlewild Hall.
Two unidentified negroes.
A. B. STANLEY.
BERT H. FIELDS.
Infant Son of MORRIS RICHARDSON.
MRS. E. A. SAWYER.
MRS. J. D. HOGG.
MR. and MRS. HARDY, of Cedar Creek Valley, reported dead.
Unidentified woman, 2730 Blondo street.
J. B. BROOKS.
C. B. WEISON.
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