South Coffeyville, OK Tornado, Jun 1928

OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok., June 20 (AP). -- Two persons were killed, more than a score were injured and property damage running into millions of dollars was done by a series of tornadoes, hail, rain, and windstorms which swept Northern and Southern Oklahoma Tuesday night and Wednesday....

One victim of the storm was reported at South Coffeyville, Ok., where Barbara Lue Ewing, 4-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ewing, was killed. Sixteen other persons who had sought shelter at the home of Ewing and a neighbor, were injured when the two homes were struck by the storm.

Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX 21 Jun 1928

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