Column: A great thing that came out of a difficult year
WORTHINGTON - The year 1935 was notably depressing for America. Unemployment was above 20 percent.
April 14, 1935, Black Sunday. The worst dust storm of all moved over Worthington and blew all the way to the east coast, blurring views from the White House and blocking views of the Empire State Building. The Perfect Dust Storm.
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