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Zaengles Floor and Home Day in History – February 14th, 1937

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

On a High Sierra Road
February 14th, 1937

A fountain of snow spurts skyward when one of California’s big snowplows cut loose. This picture was taken recently by the Eastman studio of Susanville, showing the monsters at work.

Highway workers have yet to encounter a snowbank or drift which these big machines could not conquer

There’s no jaywalking in Westwood these days with 14 feet of snow banked along the sidewalk. However, the snow is cleared away at intersections so that pedestrians can make the crossing.

–Photo by Eastman Studio, Susanville

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2 Responses to Zaengles Floor and Home Day in History – February 14th, 1937

  1. Roberta Halcomb

    Roberta Halcomb

    Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 8:31 am

    Justin and Rene were fabulous in delivery of our queen Englander bed here in Chester! Great service by both these young men! Thank you. Paul and Roberta Halcomb

  2. Darlene Hallmark

    Darlene Hallmark

    Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 2:29 pm

    Wow! We need a good snow pack this year but this would be a bit hard to handle. Thanks for sharing.

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