East Troy, WI Windstorm, Mar 1920


MILWAUKEE, Wis., (AP)---A windstorm which passed over East Troy, about 20 miles southwest of here, at noon Sunday caused the death of Mrs. Louisa Brown.

She was in a barn feeding cattle when the structure was blown down, burying her in the debris. Several other buildings in the vicinity were wrecked. A number of cattle were killed.

The Idaho Daily Statesman, Boise, ID 29 Mar 1920

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