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People clean up damage to a home in northeast Wichita a day after the tornado in 1965.
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A northeast Wichita neighborhood was struck by a tornado Sept. 3, 1965.
An injured child is taken to an ambulance the night of Sept. 3, 1965, when a tornado hit Wichita. The child was in a car near the Prairie Village Shopping Center at 13th and Woodlawn.
A dog is chained to what remains of a fence in a tornado-damaged neighborhood in northeast Wichita.
People look at the damage to Loper Electric at 914 E. Gilbert. The business was damaged in a tornado that hit Wichita in 1965.
A neighborhood in northeast Wichita was partially destroyed in the 1965 tornado.
A house at 1201 Willow Lane in northeast Wichita was damaged in the 1965 tornado.
Neighbors help with clean-up on Willow Lane in northeast Wichita the day after the 1965 tornado.
People clean up damage from a 1965 tornado that struck Wichita.
Children walk by damage from a tornado that struck northeast Wichita in 1965.
Dr. K.W. Binon and his son survey the damage to their home after a tornado hit their home at 1321 Farmstead in northeast Wichita in 1965.
People survey the damage to a home in northeast Wichita the day after a tornado hit in 1965.
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