"A page of pictures taken during the sand storm that visited Boulder City on January 11th, 1933, when the wind is estimated to have attained a velocity in excess of sixty miles an hour.
# 475 workman collection, debris after the porch roof was blown from the office dormitory. Dormitory #5 in the background.
# 477 The office dormitory during the height of the storm. The missing part of the porch was blown completely over the building, falling between a group of parked cars, with no damage to the cars.
# 472 The office dormitory, showing a section of the porch roof, which was blown completely over the building. workmen are moving parked ears to prevent damage, Notice the sand and rocks in the air.
700 Dormitories # 7 in the foreground and #8 in the background, view taken the morning after the storm, showing wind damage to the porch roofs facing the south."
black and white photographs 4 x 5.3 in. or 8 x 4.8 in. paper background 10 x 13.5 in.
Archived TIFF images were scanned by Kathleen Broeder at 400 dpi with an Epson Expression 10000XL scanner. Digital images were reformatted in Photoshop. JPG and PDF files were then created for general use.