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    Authors: Briana Reardon
    Date: Oct 31, 2012
    Type: digital image
    Identifier: aql:17736
    Description: Damaged houses in Broad Channel, after Hurricane Sandy.
    Date: August 31, 1954
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:31511
    Description: Hurricane Carol felled this neighborhood tree, sending it through the roof of Fred Carter's home, on 115th Drive.
    Authors: Monika Luchowska
    Date: October 30, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:18532
    Description: Cars piled up on top of each other after Hurricane Sandy in front of a family home in Rockaway beach.
    Authors: Monika Luchowska
    Date: October 30, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:18554
    Description: Close up of cars piled up on top of each other after Hurricane Sandy in front of a family home in Rockaway beach.
    Date: September 28, 1960
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32842
    Description: Queens Borough President John T. Clancy (at left) and Queens Health Department Chief Inspector Owen O'Hara (right), look at a home knocked off its foundation by Hurricane Donna. The two men were part ... More
    Date: September 27, 1960
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:16535
    Description: Mrs. Eric Bombe and her daughter look out the front door of their Arverne home after their front steps were washed away by Hurricane Donna.
    Date: November 27, 1950
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32633
    Description: Homes on Jamaica Bay were destroyed by high winds and flooding during the Great Appalachian Storm in November 1950.
    Date: November 27, 1950
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32658
    Description: Homes on Jamaica Bay were destroyed by high winds and flooding during the Great Appalachian Storm in November 1950.
    Authors: Monika Luchowska
    Date: November 2, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:18513
    Description: This home's windows are boarded up, rubble is exposed, balconies slip, and the garage and doors are in shambles in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
    Authors: Odelmo Paltooram
    Date: November 2, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:19703
    Description: EMT, Odelmo Paltooram, worked alongside National Guardsmen and other first responders in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. This was Odelmo's view from the Guardsmen's vehicle on the ride bet ... More
    Authors: Odelmo Paltooram
    Date: November 2, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:19776
    Description: Flood waters washed away sand underneath foundations in Breezy Point, causing them to become unstable and allowing entire homes to collapse into the ground.
    Authors: Monika Luchowska
    Date: November 2, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:18533
    Description: The scene left after a boardwalk slams into a small house reminds one of a tornado. Hurricane Sandy will be remembered for her winds and raging flood waters. This house's panels fell off in chunks.
    Authors: Monika Luchowska
    Date: November 2, 2012
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:18553
    Description: The boardwalk detached from its base during Hurricane Sandy, colliding with a house. It still had a bench attached.
    Date: September 21, 1938
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:16847
    Description: A home in Broad Channel, with a"For Sale" sign visible in a front window, was washed off its foundation in the New England Hurricane of 1938.
    Date: September 21, 1938
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:33088
    Description: Three boys make their way along 147th Street, south of Rockaway Boulevard. The sidewalk has been heaved up by fallen trees, which lean on the houses, and a tilted lightpole, all the result of the New ... More