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215 Dead In Storm; Loss $10,000,000
Bahamas Bear Brunt of Hurricane--150 Believed Drowned in Wreck of Sponge Fleet Many Families In Nassau Homeless Fifty-Four Lost off Santo Domingo--Gale in Georgia Diminishing in Intensity
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jul 30, 1926
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Pages: 2
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With an unofficial estimate of from 200 to 215 dead and over $10,000,000 of property damage, attributed to its fury, the West Indian hurricane which after lashing the east coast of Florida for two days before it passed into Georgia, tonight had spent its strength and was moving slowly westward...

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