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Washington, D. C. , May 29, 2009 -- President Obama at FEMA headquarters at a meeting of the Homeland Security Council, with him at the head of the table is the President of the Council, John O. Brennen.  June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season and Mr. Obama was briefed by Federal Agencies and Departments that respond to Hurricanes.  FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, D. C. , May 29, 2009 -- President Obama at FEMA headquarte...

The original database describes this as: Title: President Obama visits FEMA headquarters Production Date: 05/29/2009 Caption: Washington, D. C. , May 29, 2009 -- President Obama at FEMA headquarters at a mee... More

Air, a landscape during a hurricane, three horsemen battling the wind, a mass of trees to the right, from 'The four elements' (Les quatre Eléments)

Air, a landscape during a hurricane, three horsemen battling the wind,...

Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Hurricane Shade

Hurricane Shade

Probably made in Sandwich, Massachusetts, United States

Hurricane Shade

Hurricane Shade

Probably made in Sandwich, Massachusetts, United States

Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to perished

Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to ...

Capt. Low on shore and ship on high waves in background. Illus. in: Charles Johnson, History of Most Famous Highway Men. London, 1734. Reference copy may be in LOT 9351. This record contains unverified, old dat... More

Hurricane glass (one of a pair)
Hurricane glass (one of a pair)
Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Possibly made in Ireland; Possibly made in England

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Possibly made in Ireland; Possibly made in England

Hurricane Shade, 19th century

Hurricane Shade, 19th century

Probably made in Baltimore, Maryland, United States

ship from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled perseverance and constancy of the seamen on board H.M. Ship Theseus ... commanded by Captain-now Rear-Admiral-E. Hawker ... during three days' and nights' hurricane ... By an Eye-Witness ... Also, Historical notices of St. Domingo ... With illustrations. [The introduction signed: E. B., Commander, R.N., i.e. Edward Burt.]"

ship from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled pers...

This image has been taken from scan 000030 from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled perseverance and constancy of the seamen on board H.M. Ship Theseus ... commanded by Captain-now Rear-Admi... More

ship from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled perseverance and constancy of the seamen on board H.M. Ship Theseus ... commanded by Captain-now Rear-Admiral-E. Hawker ... during three days' and nights' hurricane ... By an Eye-Witness ... Also, Historical notices of St. Domingo ... With illustrations. [The introduction signed: E. B., Commander, R.N., i.e. Edward Burt.]"

ship from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled pers...

This image has been taken from scan 000020 from "The Hurricane: a poem, descriptive of the unparalleled perseverance and constancy of the seamen on board H.M. Ship Theseus ... commanded by Captain-now Rear-Admi... More

The raft or part of the hurricane deck of the Central America--The living, the dead, and the dying--Dawson reaches the raft, but is not permitted to get upon it

The raft or part of the hurricane deck of the Central America--The liv...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1857 Oct. 17, p. 315.

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

Photograph shows Brierfield, the plantation home of Jefferson Davis on what was known as Davis Bend, now Davis Island, about 20 miles down the Mississippi River from Vicksburg, Mississippi (source website Missi... More

The Banks expedition--scene on the hurricane deck of the U.S. transport North Star--the soldiers of the 41st Mass. Regiment writing home to their friends upon their arrival at Ship Island, Gulf of Mexico / from a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schell.

The Banks expedition--scene on the hurricane deck of the U.S. transpor...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1863 Jan. 17, p. 257, bottom half.

The delta of the Mississippi: Scene after the hurricane of October 5
Hurricane polka
The Hurricane at Samoa on the morning of March 16

The Hurricane at Samoa on the morning of March 16

H.M.S. CALLIOPE, German barque, and wrecked schooner in heavy seas. After sketch by Lt. Monkton. Illus. in: The Illustrated London News, 1889 May 11, p. 596-597. No ref. copy. This record contains unverified da... More

Winslow Homer - Hurricane, Bahamas, 19th century

Winslow Homer - Hurricane, Bahamas, 19th century

Winslow Homer (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1836–1910 Prouts Neck, Maine)

Winslow Homer - Hurricane, Bahamas, 19th century
St. John's Guild. Isolation Ward on hurricane deck
[Man standing on portion of seawall built after the hurricane and flood of 1900, Galveston, Texas]

[Man standing on portion of seawall built after the hurricane and floo...

Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old caption card data and item. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: Sea-walls; Texas Galveston; Shelf.

[Tex. - Galveston - Sacred Heart Church, Broadway & 13th St. - full view after hurricane and flood damage, Sept. 1900]

[Tex. - Galveston - Sacred Heart Church, Broadway & 13th St. - full vi...

Stereo by Keystone. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Shelf.

Looking up 22d St. from corner of Avenue T, ruins of Galveston, Texas, [after hurricane]

Looking up 22d St. from corner of Avenue T, ruins of Galveston, Texas,...

Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.; Texas Galveston 1900; Storms Hurricanes Tex. 1900; Disasters; Geogr.; Shelf.

West Indian Hurricane of September 1-10, 1900

West Indian Hurricane of September 1-10, 1900

This item is Storm Bulletin Number 1, 1900 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. It documents the 1900 Galveston Hurricane. 13617 William Humphreys versus Barge Mississippi (1 of 2)

A Hurricane within

A Hurricane within

Man kneeling in front of woman standing alongside bed, with chair and vase knocked over.

[Result of hurricane and fire in a heavy stand of Idaho white pine on Little North fork of St. Joe River, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho]
Str. City of Detroit III, hurricane deck
New Jersey, Sealbright. Wreckage after hurricane

New Jersey, Sealbright. Wreckage after hurricane

Photograph shows individuals standing among wreckage of homes damaged by hurricane; boys stand on porch of home leaning to left side. Title from item.

Destruction of 28th Infantry Camp, Fort Crockett, Tex. by hurricane of August 16-17, 1915

Destruction of 28th Infantry Camp, Fort Crockett, Tex. by hurricane of...

J206847 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Martin Blandford; September 24, 1915; DLC/PP-1915:44993.

Main Building Basement after Flooding

Main Building Basement after Flooding

Debris and leaves left behind after the storm surge.

Park Police Boat on Land.

Park Police Boat on Land.

This boat is just one piece of equipment that landed out of place during Hurricane Sandy.

Ellis Island, Flooded Basement

Ellis Island, Flooded Basement

Leaves in the basement of the Main Immigration Building after Hurricane Sandy

Damage to the New Ferry Building

Damage to the New Ferry Building

Doors missing to the New Ferry Terminal building this damage occurred during Hurricane Sandy

Inspecting the Damage

Inspecting the Damage

United States Park Police along with a member of the Incident Command team survey the damage to a trailer.

Bilden föreställer minfartyget Älvsnabbens däck fyllt med vatten till följd av stormigt vatten i samband med orkanen Diana. Bilden är tagen under fartygets långresa 1966-1967 i Tasmanska sjön på väg mellan Sydney och Wellington.

Bilden föreställer minfartyget Älvsnabbens däck fyllt med vatten till ...

Ingår i album med fotografier från Älvsnabbens långresa 1966-1967. Hon avlöpte 10/11 1966 från Karlskrona och åkte via Suezkanalen mot Australien, USA:s västkust, genom Panamakanalen via Dublin hem till Marstra... More

Bilden föreställer två ordentligt påklädda besättningmän ombord på minfartyget Älvsnabbens däck under långresan 1966-1967. På bilden befinner sig fartget på stormigt vatten till följd av orkanen Diana.

Bilden föreställer två ordentligt påklädda besättningmän ombord på min...

Ingår i album med fotografier från Älvsnabbens långresa 1966-1967. Hon avlöpte 10/11 1966 från Karlskrona och åkte via Suezkanalen mot Australien, USA:s västkust, genom Panamakanalen via Dublin hem till Marstra... More

Bilden föreställer en del av minfartyget Älvsnabben på stormigt hav till följd av orkanen Diana. Bilden är tagen under fartygets långresa 1966-1967.

Bilden föreställer en del av minfartyget Älvsnabben på stormigt hav ti...

Ingår i album med fotografier från Älvsnabbens långresa 1966-1967. Hon avlöpte 10/11 1966 från Karlskrona och åkte via Suezkanalen mot Australien, USA:s västkust, genom Panamakanalen via Dublin hem till Marstra... More

Hurricane Damage near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts

Hurricane Damage near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts

Original caption: Hurricane damage. Main Street Buzzards Bay-showing roof of garage blown across road. Sept. 14-15, 1944. Construction Project Photographs

Hurricane Damage near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts

Hurricane Damage near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts

Original caption: Hurricane damage. Main Street Buzzards Bay-showing roof of garage blown across road. Sept. 14-15, 1944. Construction Project Photographs

Fallen Tree near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts after a Hurricane

Fallen Tree near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts after a Hurricane

Original caption: Hurricane damage at Buzzards Bay. Vicinity of Post office Sept. 14-15, 1944. Construction Project Photographs

Fallen Tree near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts after a Hurricane

Fallen Tree near Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts after a Hurricane

Original caption: Hurricane damage at Buzzards Bay. Vicinity of Post office Sept. 14-15, 1944. Construction Project Photographs

Bild från julistormen 1931.

Bild från julistormen 1931.

Bild från julistormen 1931.

Marblehead Waterfront after Hurricane - Marblehead, Massachusetts
 A GOES-13 satellite image from the Navy Research Laboratory Monterey Marine Meteorology division of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean Sea at 1935 hrs ET.

A GOES-13 satellite image from the Navy Research Laboratory Monterey ...

CARIBBEAN SEA (Sep. 30, 2016) A GOES-13 satellite image from the Navy Research Laboratory Monterey Marine Meteorology division of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean Sea at 1935 hrs ET. The storm has well-define... More

New England hurricane. Apple orchard in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Dead chickens in debris of chicken house. Between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Barn in Connecticut
Hurricane shelter under construction. Matecumbe Key, Florida
New England hurricane. Cargo boat on bay shore near Providence, Rhode Island
New England hurricane. Onions, corn, and a mixture of debris brought in by the Connecticut River flood near Northampton, Massachusetts
Worcester (vicinity), Massachusetts. A cornfield on the farm of H.L. Beers laid flat by the New England hurricane
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn near Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Amherst, Massachusetts
Memorial to hurricane victims. Matecumbe Key, Florida
Worcester (vicinity), Massachusetts. Wreckage left by a New England hurricane
New England hurricane. Damaged farm house garage near Hartford, Connecticut
New England hurricane. Corner of barn in Connecticut showing how the barn was moved off its foundations
Rockville, Tolland County, Connecticut. The dining room in the house on the farm of John Schneider. Mr. Schnieder suffered from the hurricane, and is a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client
Providence, Rhode Island. Outhouse on bay shore after a New England hurricane
New England hurricane. Salvaging onions near Hadley, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Apple orchard in Connecticut
New England hurricane. Farmer clearing debris of chicken house between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
Jibaro hurricane shelter. The rags are freshly-washed laundry drying. Puerto Rico
New England hurricane. Chicken house near Worcester, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Apple orchard near North Brookfield, Massachusetts. This orchard has seven thousand trees and eighty-five percent of them went down
Workers in a tobacco field. The straw shed in the background is a hurricane shelter. Puerto Rico
New England hurricane. Onion, corn stalks, and debris washed across the road by the Connecticut River near Northampton, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Chicken house between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Salvaging onions near Hadley, Massachusetts
Railway Washout from the Hurricane of 1938 in Sewalls, New Hampshire
New England hurricane. Tobacco barn in Connecticut
Apples for the President. Washington, D.C., Oct 13. A delegation of New England farmers, headed by Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers, visited the president today and presented him with a box of Macintosh apples. While presenting him with the apples they also asked for relief of 25,000 farmers whose crops were destroyed by the recent New England hurricane, they are left to right; C.D. Jordan, Pres. of the Mass. Farm Bureau, Holden, Mass.; George A. Drew, of the Mass. Fruit Growers Assoc. Westford, Mass.; Allister Mac Dougall, Director of the Middlesex County Extension Service, Concord, Mass.; Rep. Rogers, and William Casey, Mass. State Commissioner of Agriculture, 10/13/38
Damage at Crescent Beach in East Lyme, Connecticut from the Hurricane of 1938
New England hurricane. Pine wood lot near North Brookfield, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Chicken house damaged by the debris from a second chicken house which was demolished between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Barn near Worcester, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Pine wood lot near Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Salvaging onions near Hadley, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Tree down on H.L. Beer's place near Worcester, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. House in Amherst, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Onion field near Hadley, Massachusetts
New England hurricane. Flooded-over cornfield near Amherst, Massachusetts
View along Atlantic Avenue in Westerly, Rhode Island after the Hurricane of 1938
View along Atlantic Avenue in Westerly, Rhode Island before the Hurricane of 1938
Flooding in the Business District of Providence, Rhode Island due to the Hurricane of 1938
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
Timber levelled by 1938 hurricane at sawmill near Warren, New Hampshire
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