The Great Hurricane of 1938
The Boston Globe
Hundreds of miles across, it would sweep north across Long Island, then Long Island Sound, and then smash into the coasts of Connecticut and Rhode Island (at left, Providence), devastating blue-blood resorts and blue-collar mill communities with equal vengeance.
The Great Hurricane of 1938
Hundreds of miles across, it would sweep north across Long Island, then Long Island Sound, and then smash into the coasts of Connecticut and Rhode Island (at left, Providence), devastating blue-blood resorts and blue-collar mill communities with equal vengeance.
(Globe File Photo)