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Pictures of Major Snow in DC from the 1800s and Early 1900s
It may not snow this Christmas, but take a look at these pictures of major snow in DC from the 1800s and Early 1900s. See a car buried in snow, people trudging through and a mail carrier doing his job!
January 28th, 1922 - snowstorm
The Knickerbocker Theatre Tragedy: A Look Back at the Massive Snowstorm That Crippled Washington D.C. in 1922
Take a look back at the massive snowstorm that hit Washington D.C. in 1922, causing the roof of the Knickerbocker Theatre to collapse and killing 98 people. Relive this tragic event in history with this photo from the Library of Congress.
Bus going through the snow near Connecticut Avenue and Chevy Chase Circle
The Biggest Spring Snowstorms in Washington, DC - Photos from the Library of Congress Archives
Take a look at some of the biggest snowstorms to ever hit Washington, DC in the spring! See photos of the snowstorm from 1942 and 1891, found in the Library of Congress archives.

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