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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Photos of Pueblo Disaster Showing Flood's Scope
BATUIWAY, JUNK 11, 1M1
Dares Many Dangers
When the first news
of the flood reached
Denver, the Newspaper
of which The Herald is
a member, chartered
airplanes and sent a
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When the water receded on Main and Union the page are shown pie
streets at Pueblo, Colo., the extent of the dam- tures of the race rioting
age could be determined as to business property, at Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Water completely covered the auto in the fore- where scores, both black
ground, upper picture. and white were slain.
Flood refugees of Pueblo, Colo., as they gathered in front of a building to answer to roll call.
Confusion reigned to such an extent that families fled one from the other and then sent messages
to relatives, telling of death, only to meet each other hours later and explain where each had
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bounded victim of the Tulsa, Oklahoma, riota being taken In trucks to the police tUtios for treatawat
d vrotoction. TUla picture abowi tlie first trucUoau of wounded picked up after the national guard troop
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This massive bridge, just outside Pueblo, Colo., was swept away by
the second flood, which hit the city when Beaver dam, broke on Sun
day, June 5. The concrete approaches were washed away like so
much tissue paper.
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Here is where the mob at Tulsa, Okla., first applied the torch. Oth
er buildings in the negro section were fired later and the flames rapidly
spread until they wiped 'out the, homes of several thousand persons,
most of them negroes. Small picture shofo a negro woman being tak
en from the burned district under protection of guardsmen.
worn in for vpeciad auty.