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"Fatigue - These men of Battery A, 957th Field Artillery Battalion, show the effects of tornado duty that fell hard on the heels of four days in the field at Camp Grafton. The feet at bottom belong to a sleeping Pfc. James Buttke of Lucca. Robert Silvernail of Milnor is sprawled on the cot. His tired companions are (seated left to right) Bernard McRitchie of Sheldon and Lyle Otteson and Jerome Jankowski, both of Enderlin." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 25, 1957, p. 8.

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Tornado survivors at Red Cross Clothing Depot, Fargo, N.D.

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Tornado debris at Fargo, N.D. landfill

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Bulldozer and men work clearing 3rd Street N. after 1957 tornado.

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"Night work: Cable splicers for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. worked on poles under canvas huts like the one shown above Monday and Tuesday nights. The lights inside the huts cast an eerie glow over parts of the disaster area." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 26, 1957, p. 1.

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"This was the Gerald Munson family. Six of these children were killed in Thursday's tornado. The snapshot shows, front (left to right), Bradley, 10; Darwin, 12; and Jeanette, 5. In the rear, Munson is holding Mary Beth, 16 months; Mrs. Munson holds Lois Ann, 2 1/2. Phyllis, 16, stands at right and partially hiding behind her is LeRoy, the only surviving child." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 24, 1957, p. 1.

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Munson family funeral at Evergreen Cemetery, Moorhead, Minn.

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Toppled Utility Poles after 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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"Minot Gives: Volunteer workers today unload the second of two semi-truckloads of clothing, food and furniture contributed to Fargo's victims by the citizens of Minot, N.D. The contributions filled one corner of the Red Cross clothing depot in the Caterpillar building at 13th Street and 7th Avenue North." - caption with similar photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 25, 1957, page 1.

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Damage path in the residential area north of downtown Fargo.

Tetsuya Fujita. “Research Paper No. 42: A Detailed Analysis of the Fargo Tornadoes of June 20, 1957,” US Department of Commerce: Washington D.C., December, 1960.

Aerial view looking northwest over Horace Mann Neighborhood and El Zagal Bowl and Golf Course after 1957 tornado. Damaged homes and debris are visible in the image. The view encompasses 13th Avenue N. at right and 14th Avenue N. at center left. At the bottom of the photo is Oak Street and a portion of Elm Street.

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Children in the Red Cross Clothing Depot, after the Fargo, N.D. tornado

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Linde Air Products Co. building shortly after 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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"Last rites were administered by a Catholic priest to a seriously-injured patient at St. Luke's." - caption with similar photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. 8.

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Aerial over Golden Ridge neighborhood, Fargo, N.D. one year after tornado, June 1958

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Victor H. Leeby, Jr. home after tornado, 1329 1st Street N., Fargo, N.D.

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"Hoping for home - Barbara Linow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linow, 1216 11th Avenue N., struck this pose as she waited in the Red Cross disaster headquarters office for work about emergency housing. The Linow house collapsed but they were able to salvage some of their clothing." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-3.

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"Convent Dormitory - A third-floor dormitory for postulates at the Sacred Heart Academy, 1310 Broadway, was torn open by the tornado. Some 75 Sisters of the Presentation Order were in the academy buildings during the storm, but were not injured. This dormitory is in the old wooden academy structure, which must be abandoned." - caption with imaged published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. 6.

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"In the room where the Presentation Sisters had planned their annual tea this afternoon, the tornado took over to furnish an ironic decorative feature with a tree which crashed through the window of Sacred Heart Convent. Pictured, left to right, are Sister Genevieve, Mother M. St. Kevin and Sister Antonine. The tea will be held today in St. Mary's Cathedral Hall instead of the Convent which is badly damaged. Hours are from 2 to 5. The public is invited. The affair is planned for the benefit of a convent building fund, begun on a long range program and now of more immediate need because of the tornado damage." - caption with similar image published in The Fargo Forum, June 30, 1957, p. B-3.

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WDAY video of the tornado.

Bulldozer and men work clearing 3rd Street N. after 1957 tornado.

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"Caskets for the six children of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Munson of Fargo are arranged by Edgar E. Wright II at the Wright Funeral Home in Moorhead." - caption with similar image published in The Fargo Forum, June 22, 1957, p. 5.

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Tornado victim sleeping in relief center, Fargo, N.D.

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"Convent Dormitory - A third-floor dormitory for postulants at the Sacret [sic.] Heart Academy, 1310 Broadway, was torn open by the tornado. Some 75 Sisters of the Presentation Order were in the academy buildings during the storm, but were not injured. This dormitory is in the old wooden academy structure, which must be abandoned." - caption with image published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, C-1.

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Fargo Tornado Fujita Study

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Elevated view looking down at Rev. Oscar Anderson standing in front of altar inside Trinity Lutheran Church, Moorhead, Minn. during funeral for the Gerald Munson children killed in the 1957 Fargo tornado. Six small caskets are lined up in the front of the church. Also visible are a large number of floral arrangements. People are visible seated in the pews.

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Tornado damaged house, Fargo, N.D.

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Milton F. Weber home at 1309 1st Street N., damaged in the 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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Interior of kitchen inside a tornado damaged house, Fargo, N.D.

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Rebuilding of Heart Motor Express after 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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Aerial over Golden Ridge neighborhood after tornado, June 21, 1957.

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A. J. Larson overseeing reconstruction of Hart Motor Express, June 1957.

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Repairing a roof after 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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Tornado damaged house to house at 40 14th Avenue N., Fargo, N.D. 1957

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Aerial over NDSU and north Fargo, N.D. one year after tornado, June 1958.

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Mourners pass by the three caskets belonging to Theodore, Theresa and Mary Jean Udahl situated in the front of Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, N.D.

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"Mother St. Kevin Brennan (1904-1989) and Sisters Antonine Fory and Scholastica Marquart (1901-1999) of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary survey damage done to Sacred Heart Convent, North Broadway in Fargo." - caption with image published in "Fargo, 1957 : An Elegy", by Jamie Parsley, p. 99.

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"Emergency Treatment - The cafeteria at St. Luke's Hospital was converted into an emergency first aid treatment room. This picture shows hospital attendants and doctors treating the injured. A total of 47 persons were treated for injuries at St. Luke's and 35 patients were treated at St. John's Hospital." - caption with photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 21, 1957, page 6.

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Tornado cleanup crew from Galesburg, N.D., June 23, 1957.

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View likely taken looking northwest from the 2600 block of 8th Avenue N. in the Golden Ridge neighborhood of Fargo, N.D. after tornado. Wrecked automobiles, debris, and ruined houses are visible in the scene. A group of people are standing along the far left side of the image.

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Cleaning up after tornado, Golden Ridge neighborhood, Fargo, N.D.

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"Wrecked Cars - About 75 cars damaged beyond running condition by the twister have been moved to the northwest corner of the Red River Valley fairgrounds." - caption with image published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-3.

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Image of a family looking through stacks of used clothing on tables, likely taken in the Red Cross clothing depot after the 1957 Fargo tornado.

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Aerial photograph looking over area of north Fargo, N.D. after the tornado of 1957. View is looking east from near 10th Street N. and encompasses the blocks between 12th Avenue and 14th Avenue N. Buildings visible are Shanley High School, and Sacred Heart Academy and Convent. Damage and debris are visible around the buildings and homes visible in the area.

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"Reclothed - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Weeks (front), whose home at 714 27th St. N., was leveled, were among numerous residents who turned to others for clothing. Here, assisted by Desmo Anderson, 517 22nd Ave. N., and an unidentified man who was attending a wedding, they leave the clothing depot at St. Mary's Cathedral with arms filled with garments for themselves and six children." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-3.

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Fargo Tornado Newsreel

Aerial view looking over destruction from tornado in north Fargo, N.D. View taken looking southeast with destroyed houses visible. View comprises and area south of El Zagal Bowl and 14th Avenue N., north of 13th Avenue N., and east of 4th Street N.

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View looking directly east from the south end of the North Dakota State University campus showing tornado damage. Some of the campus buildings visible are the Library, Putnam Hall, Old Main, Festival Hall, C. I. Nelson building, Ceres Hall, and the President’s House. Destruction to the Silver City complex, Hasty Tasty, A.C. Y.M.C.A. building, and numerous other house and buildings visible.

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Repairing tornado damaged room, 1122 College Street, Fargo, N.D.

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"A mother and four sons were trapped in this wreckage of the Homer Goebel home" - caption with photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, pg. 1.

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Milton F. Weber home after 1957 tornado. View showing the front of the home at 1309 1st Street N., Fargo, N.D.

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Ruins of a home after the 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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Aerial view looking southeast over the Golden Ridge neighborhood after tornado showing destruction, ruins of houses and debris, June 21, 1957.

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Tornado damaged house, Fargo, N.D.

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"The Golden Ridge area of Fargo the morning after. Forum photographer Ed Dams took this picture looking west from 25th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue North." - caption with photograph published June 22, 1957, page 7.

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“Damp Job – Air National Guardsman Dan McCreadie of Grandin, N.D., stood in the steady rain several hours Saturday directing one-way traffic on 10th Street at 13th Avenue North. At right is a truck used to transport disaster area residents and cleanup workers to the food station at Plymouth Congregational Church.” – caption with image published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-3.

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A triple funeral service was held at Olivet Lutheran Church here Monday morning for three tornado victims, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Udahl and their 8-year-old adopted daughter, Mary Jean. Services were conducted by the Rev. George Unruh." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 25, 1957, p. 18.

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Caskets of the Udahl family, 1957 tornado victims, leaving Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, N.D.

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Nurse standing next to a gurney awaiting patients for the emergency room. Likely taken at St. Luke's Hospital, Fargo, N.D.

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Aerial view looking over destruction from tornado in Fargo, N.D. View taken looking south with destroyed industrial facilities belonging to Peavey Fertilizer and Hart Motor Express visible. Also visible is the Great Northern Railroad Tracks and Great Northern Drive between 19th Street and 16th Street N.

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"Caskets for the six children of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Munson of Fargo are arranged by Edgar E. Wright II at the Wright Funeral Home in Moorhead." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 22, 1957, p. 5.

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“Being fitted for shoes at the Red Cross clothing depot by volunteer workers were these two youngsters. In the foreground is 10-year-old Thomas Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Conner, 1012 17th St. N., being laced up by Mrs. Lloyd Forseth of 219 12th St. S. In the background is 10-year-old Gary Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Morris, 1105 19th St. N., with Judy Jensen of 219 12th St. S., assisting. The center is set up in the Caterpillar building at 13th Street and 7th Avenue North.” – caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. 7.

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"Typical Rebuilding Scene - O. H. (Buck) Shirk (right) wasted no time getting his house at 1122 College Street repaired after Thursday's tornado tore part of the roof off. This picture, taken Sunday afternoon, shows part of the crew that helped rebuild the roof. From left to right are Don Appert, Fargo; George Hastings, Grand Forks; Dan Stephens, Fargo; R. W. Ripley, Moorhead, and Paul Hastings, Grand Forks. - caption with photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 25, 1957,

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Looking out the window of the Red Cross disaster headquarters, Fargo, N.D.

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The tornado’s path through Fargo.

Tetsuya Fujita. “Research Paper No. 42: A Detailed Analysis of the Fargo Tornadoes of June 20, 1957,” US Department of Commerce: Washington D.C., December, 1960.

View of emergency building supplies after 1957 tornado at Leo Lumber Co. 3300 Main Avenue, Fargo. A truck is parked at the far left and "Leo Lumber Emergency Mat[erial] Center. Free estimates Delivery" painted on sign affixed to building at right.

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Gerald Munson holding the hand of his wife Mercedes in a hospital room. Mrs. Munson is lying in bed in shock after losing six children in tornado.

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Interior of unidentified room, filled with bed frames and dressers with mirrors. A wall between the rooms appear to be missing, and plastic covers the windows. Location is unidentified, but may be part of the Sacred Heart Academy and Convent.

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A triple funeral service was held at Olivet Lutheran Church here Monday morning for three tornado victims, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Udahl and their 8-year-old adopted daughter, Mary Jean. Services were conducted by the Rev. George Unruh." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 25, 1957, p. 18.

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"Tornado Aftermath: Jerry Davenport's car, found in the trees on the south border of El Zagal park, gave no inkling of what had happened to the Davenport family when this picture was taken a few minutes after Thursday's tornado. The accompanying interview with Davenport tells of the family's battle with the tornado."- caption with photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-5.

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Aerial view looking down upon destruction caused by tornado. View encompasses North University Drive at bottom of image to 10th Street N. at top of image, and between 11th and 13th Avenues N. Visible in the image are the NDSU president's house, the YMCA, A.C. Hasty Tasty, School or Religion, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, and the American Lutheran Church.

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Cleaning up after tornado, Golden Ridge neighborhood, Fargo, N.D.

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Glenn Nelson home at 1341 1st Street N., Fargo, N.D after 1957 tornado

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"Tornado aftermath: Jerry Davenport's car, found in the trees on the south border of El Zagal park, gave no inkling of what had happened to the Davenport family when this picture was taken a few minutes after Thursday's tornado. The accompanying interview with Davenport tell of the family's battle with the tornado." - caption with similar image published in The Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. C-5.

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"A squirrel sits on a branch at left above, surveying the ruins of his home." - caption with similar image published in The Fargo Forum, June 24, 1957, p. 1.

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Aerial photograph looking directly east from the intersection of 13th Avenue N. and 11 ½ Street N. showing tornado damaged in north Fargo, N.D. Visible in the upper half of the image is Shanley School and the Sacred Heart Convent buildings, both damaged in the storm. Also visible near the top left of the image is Fargo Nursing Home (today Rosewood On Broadway). Houses and garages damaged in the storm visible in the foreground.

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Aerial view looking over destruction from tornado in Fargo, N.D. View taken looking southeast with destroyed industrial facilities belonging to Peavey Fertilizer and Hart Motor Express visible. Also visible is the Great Northern Railroad Tracks and Great Northern Drive.

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Damage path in the western suburb in Fargo.

Tetsuya Fujita. “Research Paper No. 42: A Detailed Analysis of the Fargo Tornadoes of June 20, 1957,” US Department of Commerce: Washington D.C., December, 1960.

View of a 1950s Nash Automobile taken after tornado.

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"Early Start - John Lunday started to patch up the broken front window of his mother's house an hour after the twister struck. Mrs. J. H. Lunday's house is at 1345 1st St. N." - caption with image published in the Fargo Forum, June 21, 1957, p. 8.

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"The Mass of Rubble includes what was the garage of the Clinton Anderson home, 2009 7th Ave. N." - caption with photograph published in the Fargo Forum, June 21, 1957, page 6.

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Tornado survivors standing in line at Red Cross Clothing Depot, Fargo, N.D. A sign in the window at right features a Red Cross symbol, following by the words "Cass County Chapter".

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"Identification cards were issued by police to some 2,000 persons working or living in the tornado area by Saturday night. A group clusters around the traffic bureau desk in the police department. The cards are issued only to persons authorized to be in the area, said Chief of Police J. Walter Olson." - caption with image, published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. 8.

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Hearses lined up for the Munson family funeral, Trinity Lutheran Church, Moorhead, Minn.

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Trying on clothing at the Red Cross Clothing Depot, after the Fargo, N.D. tornado

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Richard Shaw carrying the body of Jeanette Munson from the rubble of her family home shortly after tornado.

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"Open air phone - Mike O'Leary son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark O'Leary, 1129 12th St. N. used this telephone set temporarily on a power pole at 13th Street and 13th Ave. North after the phone booth on the corner was blown half a block away." - caption with photograph published in The Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, p. C-3.

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View looking over destruction caused by tornado in the Golden Ridge Neighborhood, of Fargo, N.D. View is looking northwest from the 700 block of 26th Street N., showing ruins of houses, damage automobiles and trucks, and piles of rubble. People are visible in the distance clearing debris.

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View of a ruined home in 800 block, 27th Street N. after tornado in Fargo, N.D. in the Golden Ridge neighborhood.

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The graveside service for the Munson children, Bethesda Cemetery (now Evergreen Memorial Cemetery) Moorhead, Minnesota." - caption with image published in "Fargo, 1957 : An Elegy", by Jamie Parsley, p. 55.

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"Feeding Place - Residents whose homes were destroyed or without power, and voluntary workers, were fed in the main Red Cross kitchen set up in Plymouth Congregational Church basement. Mobile units toured the area with food and coffee for those who could not get to the church." - caption with image published in the Fargo Forum, June 23, 1957, page C-3.

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Mourners pass by the three caskets belonging to Theodore, Theresa and Mary Jean Udahl situated in the front of Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, N.D.

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Tornado debris at Fargo, N.D. landfill

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Repairing tornado damaged room, 1122 College Street, Fargo, N.D.

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Aerial over Golden Ridge neighborhood, Fargo, N.D. one year after tornado, June 1958

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Aerial photograph looking northwest over tornado damaged neighborhood in Fargo, N.D. The view shows the intersection of 13th Avenue N. and 3rd Street N. in the front center of the image. Near the top right of the image is Shanley School and the Sacred Heart Convent buildings, both damaged in the storm. Also visible near the top of the image is Fargo Nursing Home (today Rosewood On Broadway), Holy Spirit Elementary School, and Ben Franklin Middle School. Houses and garages damaged in the storm visible in the foreground. El Zagal Golf Course and clubhouse visible in the upper right of the view.

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Aerial over NDSU and north Fargo, N.D. one year after tornado, June 1958.

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Aerial over Shanley High School and Sacred Heart Academy & Convent after 1957 tornado, Fargo, N.D.

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"Just waiting - Mike Naylor, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Naylor, Stadium Court, NDAC, sat quietly in a wheelchair while his mother and father helped treat the tornado victims at St. John's Hospital. Mrs. Naylor is a nurse at the hospital, while her husband, an NDAC student, helped bring in the injured." - caption with image published in The Fargo Forum, June 21, 1957, p. 8.

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