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1892Typhoon. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1899Typhoon. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1910Sailing yacht Typhoon. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1962TIROS V image of Typhoon Ruth showing well-defined eye. Approximately 300 miles south-southeast of Tokyo. Winds were at 125 knots at time of photo. Credit: Photographer unknown. NOAA. Collection: NOAA
1962TIROS V, launched June 19, 1962, captures an image of Typhoon Ruth showing distinct eye. Credit: Photographer unknown. NOAA. Collection: NOAA
1971Native standing by destroyed banana and coconut groves after Typhoon Amy. Credit: Dr. James P. McVey, NOAA Sea Grant Program. Collection: NOAA
1971Ragged skyline of coconut plantation after Typhoon Amy. Seen from the TOWNSEND CROMWELL. Credit: Dr. James P. McVey, NOAA Sea Grant Program. Collection: NOAA
1971Remains of native home. Life goes on after Typhoon Amy as shown by spirit of people. Note beautiful flower behind the ear. Credit: Dr. James P. McVey, NOAA Sea Grant Program. Collection: NOAA
1979Sea surface as observed from 1500 feet in Typhoon Kerry. Credit: Photographer unknown. NOAA. Collection: NOAA
1979On the north edge of Typhoon Rosa. Credit: Photographer unknown. NOAA. Collection: NOAA
1979Radar display of Typhoon Rosa center. Credit: Photographer unknown. NOAA. Collection: NOAA
1997GU, 1997 - Typhoon Paka ripped entire walls from this business in Agana, Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Hundreds of cars were damaged by falling Palm trees during Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Power outages from typhoon Paka cause traffic havoc on Guam streets. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - A Guam National Guard traffic command post. Keyword: Typhoon, 1997. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 25, 1997 - Relief workers from the mainland, including FEMA personnel, help Santa distribute toys to refugee children in Agana's Skinner Park. Keyword: Typhoon, 1997. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 1, 1997 - An automobile sits atop a pile of rubble following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 1, 1997 - In the aftermath of Typhoon Paka. Welcome mats lie atop the rubble of a destroyed business. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 1, 1997 - FEMA representatives hold a public affairs meeting as Guam begins to rebuild from Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Tiny Typhoon Paka victims wait as their mother repairs storm damage to her business. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997This emergency shelter, built following Typhoon Paka is made of bamboo, native grasses and netting. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997FEMA Public Information officer Angel Santiago helps a Typhoon Paka victim to contact FEMA's Teleregistration line to register for disaster assistance. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Typhoon Paka ripped the door from a refrigerator but remarkably left the contacts relatively intact. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997A shelter made from salvaged tin and a pick up truck are home for this family of Typhoon Paka victims. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Clothing salvaged from wrecked homes dries in the hot Guam South Pacific sun following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Children listen as FEMA Public Information Officer Angel Santiago explains how to register for disaster assistance to victims living in a tent city. Keyword: Typhoon, 1997. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Only one wall of this Guam home remains standing following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - FEMA Public Information Officer Angel Santiago surveys the damage to one Guam home following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Despite the fallen power pole, this all - concrete home survived Typhoon Paka. Underground telephone services also survived the storm. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - A few sheets of tin roofing and other rubble are all that is left of this Guam home following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Clothing recovered from a wrecked home near Agana, Guam, following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Typhoon Paka destroyed hundreds of buildings constructed of tin sheeting. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997Typhoon victim tells FEMA Public Information Officer Angel Santiago what it was like when Paka swept away his home. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Typhoon Paka tore off the roof of this home in Central Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Child victims of Typhoon Paka living in a tent city in Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 25, 1997 - Santa Claus on the bed of a Guam Telephone Authority truck distributes Christmas Day toys to typhoon victims in Agana's Skinner Park. Santa was assisted by relief workers, including FEMA personnel. The trip by Santa was sponsored by the Governor of Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997This emergency shelter, built following Typhoon Paka is made of bamboo, native grasses and netting. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 25, 1997 - With no reindeer in Guam, Santa's sleigh is pulled by a water buffalo through the streets of Agana to a party for refugee children, sponsored by the Governor of Guam. Keyword: Typhoon, 1997. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, December 1, 1997 - The debris from a completely destroyed home has been scattered by Typhoon Paka's winds. Credit: FEMA News Photo. Collection: FEMA
1997GU, 1997 - Severely damaged business structure in Agana, Guam following Typhoon Paka. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2000Sgt. Daniel C. Mullendore received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal by Col. M. L. Hampton, commanding officer, 3rd Materiel Readiness Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group, Sept. 1. Mullendore earned the medal for saving the life of a junior Marine in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Bart in September 1999. Credit: Cpl. Matthew S. Bates. Collection: US Marine Corps
2000The face of a hero: Sgt. Daniel C. Mullendore, 3rd Materiel Readiness Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group, in Okinawa, Japan, saved a fellow Marine from crashing waves in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Bart last year. Credit: Cpl. Matthew S. Bates. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Rota, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), December 20, 2002 - The island of Rota received a Presidentially declared disaster declaration after receiving widespread damages from Supertyphoon Pongsona. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Apra Harbor, GUAM, December 12, 2002 - Firefighters extinguish fires from jet fuel tanks that were burning out of control due to Supertyphoon Pongsona. The fire blocked access to gasoline supplies for the island and has caused the shutdown of Apra Harbor, the primary supply and fuel delivery point for Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Apra Harbor, GUAM, December 12, 2002 - Firefighters extinguish fires from jet fuel tanks that were burning out of control due to Supertyphoon Pongsona. The fire blocked access to gasoline supplies for the island and has caused the shutdown of Apra Harbor, the primary supply and fuel delivery point for Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Apra Harbor, Guam, December 20, 2002 - Firefighters extinguished fires from jet fuel tanks that were burning out of control due to Supertyphoon Pongsona. The fire blocked access to gasoline supplies for the island and has caused the shutdown of Apra Harbor, the primary supply and fuel delivery point for Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Apra Harbor, GUAM, December 12, 2002 - Firefighters extinguish fires from jet fuel tanks that were burning out of control due to Supertyphoon Pongsona. The fire blocked access to gasoline supplies for the island and has caused the shutdown of Apra Harbor, the primary supply and fuel delivery point for Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Rota, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), December 13, 2002 - The island of Rota received a Residentially declared disaster declaration after receiving widespread damages from Supertyphoon Pongsona. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Rota, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), December 20, 2002 - The island of Rota received a Residentially declared disaster declaration after receiving widespread damages from Supertyphoon Pongsona. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
2002Tumon, Guam, December 15, 2002 - Supertyphoon stricken residents line up up gas on the island of Guam. Credit: FEMA news photo. Collection: FEMA
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014
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