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1980 MOUNT ST. HELENS vintage magazine article ~ When the Mountain Blew ~ When the Mountain Blew - Unpublished pictures show how the eruption of Mount St. Helens looked to people who were too close for comfort - Gary Rosenquist - photographer ...

1980 Mount St. Helens Vintage Article ~ When the Mountain Blew

Description: 1980 MOUNT ST. HELENS vintage magazine article ~ When the Mountain Blew ~ When the Mountain Blew - Unpublished pictures show how the eruption of Mount St. Helens looked to people who were too close for comfort - Gary Rosenquist - photographer Vincent Larson - Tim Bahr - Steve Hodyl - Sooty Blanket of Fallout ~ Size: The dimensions of each page of the six-page article are approximately 10 inches x 13 inches (25.5 cm x 33 cm). Condition: This original vintage six-page article is…

Most Terrifying and Devastating Earthquake, Tsunami and Other Natural Disasters Photos - Quertime

Most Terrifying and Devastating Earthquake, Tsunami and Other Natural Disasters Photos

Natural disasters are sudden and destructive events that strike on anywhere on earth, often without warning. They are effects of natural hazards (e.g.

1906 San Francisco Earthquake

Anniversary of the San Francisco Earthquake

I get the Writer's Almanac emailed to me each day. Today it has a description of the 1906 earthquake that happened right here in the San Francisco Bay Area. I've read many accounts about it ... but this one had so many shocking bits to it. Read it and see if you don't learn some new things. Kinda reminded me of Katrina in New Orleans. It was on this day in 1906 that one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States occurred: the San Francisco earthquake. The shaking…

vintage everyday: 20 Incredible Photos of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

20 Incredible Photos of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

The 1906 San Francisco earthquake struck the coast of Northern California at 5:12 a.m. on April 18 with a moment magnitude of 7.8 and a maximum Mercalli intensity of XI (Extreme). Devastating fires broke out in the city that lasted for several days. As a result, about 3,000 people died and over 80% of San Francisco was destroyed. The earthquake and resulting fire are remembered as one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States. The death toll from the earthquake and…

Tuscaloosa Tornado - Unedited Raw Version - 4/27/11 - YouTube

Tuscaloosa Tornado - Unedited Raw Version - 4/27/11

This is an unedited video of the horrible Tuscaloosa Tornado of 4/27/11. We were just east of the McFarland Boulevard Exit on I 20-59. Not to be used for com...

May 18th 1980 this person casually jet skiing with St. Helens erupting behind them

May 18th, 1980— this person casually jet skiing with St. Helens erupting behind them

May 18th 1980 this person casually jet skiing with St. Helens erupting behind them

Uneven sidewalks in the aftermath of the earthquake. Photo: Courtesy Swann Auction Galleries

Album of stunning 1906 San Francisco earthquake photos up for auction

San Francisco history buffs are in for an incredible treat: a trove of 1906 earthquake...

Pix of the Day and Stuff: Miners' Car

Miners' Car

A few years ago, I found out that a woman at our church has a sister whose boyfriend was killed in the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount Saint Helens. When I visited the volcano in August, 2008 (see previous entries) I found the person's name, Richard A. Parker, on the memorial, along with those of his aunt Natalie and uncle Donald. When I got back I tried doing a little web searching to find out how they died. Apparently the aunt and uncle had a cabin and mine (gold, I think) near Meta Lake…