"The ONLY CYCLONE (first tornado) ever photographed"*
*Claimed to be the ONLY (first) tornado photographed. (we don't know that) The original sepia tone photograph was taken by F. N. Robinson of Howard, Dakota Territory on August 28, 1884. The back so imprinted (now over printed the face on this giclée) makes the claim and gives the following description: "The storm passed 22 miles west of the city. It was first noticed at 4 o' clock, p. m., moving in a southeasterly direction, remaining in sight over two hours; killing several people and destroying property in its course. It is printed in a warm sepia duotone color in keeping with the original. It shows three tornado funnels, one mean one touching the ground. This is not Kansas.
V-20 Tornado Photo Print* ... $85. ORDER - INFO FORM
*A certified light fast archival inkjet (giclée) print. Processed with archival pigmented inks on 100% cotton watercolor art paper independently tested to last in normal room light, under glass, 50+ years without noticeable fading. Frame it yourself or by your local professional framer.
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