Houses with history: 1936 tornado des...

Houses with history: 1936 tornado destroyed, damaged many older homes

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Mem Leake, 82, stands in front of the Alpha House on the corner of Franklin and Broadway streets.

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JazmineJernigan

Tchula, MS

#1 Apr 29, 2011
i think that the storm that hit abereend ms

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