View of Avenue "A", flooded after the hurricane of 1928: Belle Glade, Florida

Image Number: RC17068

Photographed in September, 1928.

Homes on Osborne Road, after the hurricane of 1928: Lantana, Florida

Image Number: RC17074

Automotive garage, demolished by the hurricane of 1928: Belle Glade, Florida

Image Number: RC10673

116th Field Artillery: Winter Haven, Florida

Image Number: PR14958

These men were part of the search, rescue and clean-up for the 1928 or 1935 hurricane.

Coffins stacked beside the road between Belle Glade and Pahokee, after the hurricane of 1928: Palm Beach County, Florida

Image Number: RC04343

Coffins stacked along the bank of a canal, after the hurricane of 1928: Belle Glade, Florida

Image Number: RC04344

Trucks loaded with coffins, after the hurricane of 1928: Belle Glade (?), Florida

Trucks loaded with coffins, after the hurricane of 1928: Belle Glade (?), Florida

Image Number: RC17066

Burial of victims of the 1928 hurricane: West Palm Beach, Florida

Image Number: RC07668

Woman and children on the steps of their new home: La Belle, Florida

Image Number: SBH0060

"New baby and new house after the 1928 hurricane. The old house was blown down after they left it."

Statue commemorating the 1928 hurricane: Belle Glade, Florida

Image Number: FA3019

In 1928, a hurricane struck South Florida and killed thousands. Hardest hit were areas such as Moore Haven and Belle Glade. Photographed in October, 1987.