The photograph was taken November 25, 1915 showing Reynolds Dairy Farm after a devastating storm touched down leaving in its path a pile of rubble. The black man in the picture worked for Lee Reynolds on the farm. After the storm he stood guard with a shotgun protecting the potatoes were stored in the storm cellar. The potatoes were all that was left for the Reynolds Family to live on. Their dairy was completely destroyed.
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