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Galveston Electric Company tracks crossing City Park adjacent to Hotel Galvez after the hurricane.
1915-08-18
Pedestrians walk on the Seawall alongside the Galveston Electric Company tracks through City Park after the hurricane.
1915-08-18
Galveston Electric Company tracks in the process of being repaired near a baseball park.
1915-12-31
Galveston Electric Company tracks crossing City Park adjacent to Hotel Galvez.
1915-12-31
A stranded gas buoy from the Galveston entrance is found stranded in a field after the hurricane.
1915-12-31
Interurban right-of-way at Crockett, west of the Galveston Packing Company, after the hurricane.
1915-08-18
On September 13, 2008, Hurricane Ike, a huge storm with tropical storm force or greater winds extending 275 miles from the eye, made landfall in Galveston, Texas submerging over 75% of the city. In response to this crisis, Texas A&M University at...
2013-12-16
2013-12-16
2013-08-01
2013-07-26
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2013-12-16
Interurban right-of-way at Crockett, west of the Galveston Packing Company, after the hurricane.
1915-08-18
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2012-06-07
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1999-08-20
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Southern Pacific equipment, specifically a gasoline car, borrowed for the cleanup/reconstruction of Galveston after the hurricane.
1915-12-31
Seawall Boulevard a month after the hurricane, during the recovery period for Galveston. Some damage to light posts and buildings can still be seen.
1915-09-28
The Interurban railroad right-of-way at Oyster on Galveston Island after hurricane.
1915-12-31
View down Q street with the damage to the buildings from the hurricane.
1915-08-18
The Interurban railroad right-of-way at Oyster on Galveston Island after hurricane.
1915-12-31
View down Q street with the damage to the buildings from the hurricane.
1915-08-18
Waves on the Galveston Seawall between 4:30 and 5:00 p.m. before the hurricane.
1915-08-16
Southern Pacific equipment borrowed for the cleanup/reconstruction of Galveston after the hurricane.
1915-12-31
Wrecked houses submerged in sand on the east end of Galveston on Seawall Boulevard. One house has been turned upside down by the hurricane.
1915-12-31
Waves on the Galveston Seawall between 4:30 and 5:00 p.m. before the hurricane.
1915-08-16
The causeway from Galveston island to the arched bridge portion, destroyed by the hurricane.
1915-12-31
Santa Fe engine returning to Galveston after hauling Interurban trains across trestle.
1915-12-31
Wrecked houses on the east end of Galveston near Seawall Boulevard.
1915-12-31
Portrait of Major General J. Franklin Bell, commander of troops at Texas City and Galveston.
1915-12-31
Looking toward Galveston Island from the south end of a destroyed arched bridge.
1915-08-18
Crews work to reconstruct the overhead for the Interurban railroad at Oyster on Galveston Island.
1915-12-31
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