Fort Worth, TX Windstorm, Jun 1905

A heavy windstorm, blowing at the rate of seventy miles and hour, struck Fort Worth, Texas, from the southwest. Part of the west wall of the Texas and Pacific passenger station was blown in and John Young, a train dispatcher, was killed. The African Methodist Episcopal church was demolished and many business buildings lost their roofs, including the First National Bank building. The town of Mineral Springs is reported partly blown away and two churches at Oakcliff, a suburb of Dallas, are said to have been destroyed.

Bessemer Herald, Bessemer, MI 10 Jun 1905