The Northeast...now digging its way out of almost unprecedented winter snows....has been told that it?
Front V.Pan Two men in a snowstorm in Michigan.
S.V. A snowplough at work.
S.V.Pan The snow in front of the plough.
S.V.Pan The wind blowing the snowdrifts in Washington.
L.V. The Capitol in Washington.
L.V. A Memorial in Washington.
L.V. The White House.
S.V.Pan Snowplough at work.
S.V. Man digging out the snow.
S.V.Pan Street scene in Washington.
G.V. Niagara falls iced up.
Nearer V. Ditto.
S.T.V. A couple sightseeing at Niagara.
G.V. The icy falls
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Background: The Northeast...now digging its way out of almost unprecedented winter snows....has been told that it can expect the mixture as before by Friday.
The week-end storm made a number of local records. At least 27 lives were lost. Boston with 19 inches of snow, recorded its worst blizzard in 37 years.
New York City awoke to a frigid 6 above zero this morning. In Atlanta, Georgia, it was only 4 above.
Misery and, in many instances, hardship was widespread throughout the East, but by a freak it was a mid-Western town, Michigan City Indiana, that was among the hardest hit.