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1.  Main Gate after sleet storm

Main Gate after sleet storm. 




2.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946. Damage to stonewall on Tower Grove Avenue. 




3.  Damage, Windstorm and hail, 1 Sep 1946

Roses defoliated by hail. 400 feet of top ventilators blown off from Linnean House. Same as PHO 2005-0550. 




4.  Damage, Windstorm and hail, 1 Sep 1946

Flooded streets. Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46. 




5.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46. Note destruction of tropical bedding. Maidenhair trees in background. MBG Vol 35, 1947. 




6.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage 1 Sep 46. Flooding of streets. 




7.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage 1 Sep 46. Catalpa trees planted by Henry Shaw. 




8.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946. Front of Museum in background. 




9.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden in 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden, September 1, 1946. Photo shows damaged Palm House, flooded plaza and water lily pools. All flowers and leaves were destroyed. 



1946

10.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage 1 Sep 46. Henry Shaw brick wall in Linnean Garden broken by Tree of Heaven. MBG Bul 35, 1947, pg. 8. Same as PHO 2005-0549. 




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