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Letter: Snowstorm of 1960
Victoria Pike writes:
Thank you for sharing these pictures. I arrived on March 17, 1960, at Rosary Hospital in Campbellsville. I've heard stories of how rough it was getting to the hospital. Momma said the snow was up to the window sills on our house. The county road crew had to clear a path out for them to get out. Maurice Moran was on the road crew at that time. Had never seen pictures of how it actually was then. Sure hope we don't see snow like this again for sometime to come.Comments re: The snowstorm of March 1960
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