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April 3-4, 1915

Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Source: Library of Congress
New York City

Source: NOAA Historical Photo Collection
Mineola, New York (Photographer: Joseph Burt)
Mineola, New York (Photographer: Joseph Burt)
Mineola, New York (Photographer: Joseph Burt)

A special thanks to MOCKBA1 for the above three photos
Larchmont, New York

Source: C. Stanley Ogilvy, The Larchmont Yacht Club: A History, 1880-1990. Larchmont Yacht Club, Larchmont, NY.  1993, p.153.
New York City

Source: New York Tribune, April 4, 1915
Madison Square Park (New York City)

Source: The New York Sun, April 4, 1915
Madison Square Park (New York City)

Source: New York Tribune, April 4, 1915
Philadelphia.

Source: Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 3, 1915

News account from Philadelphia: "On the eve of Easter, Philadelphia is in the grip of the worst April snowstorm in years. As the fall of snow continued this afternoon [April 3] reports of damage to wires and the blocking of transportation came from all parts of the city and nearby points."

Source: "Heaviest April Snowstorm in 17 Years Grips City," Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 3, 1915.
Atlantic City, New Jersey

Source: Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 5, 1915
Atlantic City, New Jersey

Source: Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 5, 1915
Atlantic City, New Jersey

Source: Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 5, 1915
Philadelphia.

Source: Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, April 5, 1915
Sycamore Street (New Bedford, Massachusetts)

Source: New Bedford Free Library

Raleigh (Photographer: Albert Barden).

Source: State Archives of North Carolina


Snowfall amounts included:

Connecticut: Bridgeport: 6.4"; Colchester (2 W): 6.0"; Cream Hill: 12.0"; Falls Village: 1.1"; Hartford: 7.5"; Middletown (4 W): 5.1"; New London: 9.0"; Norwalk: 4.5"; Storrs: Trace; and, Waterbury: 10.0"

Delaware: Bridgeville (1 NW): 7.0"; Dover: 15.0"; Milford (2 SE): 7.0"; Millsboro: 12.0"; and, Wilmington: 12.0"

District of Columbia: Washington: 3.5"

Maine: Eastport: 1.2"; Lewiston: 6.5"; Madison: 0.8"; North Bridgton: 2.0"; Orono: 13.0"; Portland: 8.6"; Rumford: 0.5"; and, Waterville: 3.0"

Maryland: Annapolis: 5.0"; Baltimore: 6.5"; College Park: 0.2"; Darlington: 4.0"; Denton: 10.0"; Easton: 10.0"; Frederick: Trace: Laurel (3 W): 4.5"; Leonardtown (4 SSW): 6.0"; Princess Anne: 7.0"; Salisbury: 10.0"; Solomons: 10.0"; Takoma Park: 3.0"; and, Towson: 6.6"

Massachusetts: Ashland: 6.0"; Baker's Bridge: 6.0"; Bedford: 6.0"; Boston: 6.1"; Chestnut Hill: 4.0"; Fall River: 13.0"; Fitchburg (4 SE): 8.0"; Framingham: 6.0"; Haverhill: 4.5"; Hingham: 9.0"; Jefferson: 10.0"; Lake Cochituate: 11.0"; Leominster: 7.0"; Middleboro: 10.0"; Milton: 10.0"; New Bedford: 8.0"; Norfolk: 6.0"; Princeton: 7.0"; Somerset: 11.0"; Springfield: 9.0"; Sterling: 7.0"; Turners Falls: 6.0"; Williamstown: 3.5"; and, Worcester: 6.2"

New Jersey: Atlantic City: 6.0"; Boonton (1 SE): 7.5"; Chatham: 12.0"; Clayton: 21.2"; Culvers Lake: 5.9"; Dover: 9.7"; Elizabeth: 15.0"; Flemington (5 NNW): 10.0"; Hammonton (1 NE): 12.0"; Hightstown (2 W): 10.5"; Indian Mills (2 W): 17.0"; Jersey City: 14.0"; Layton (3 NW)" 4.8"; Little Falls: 15.0"; Long Branch: 9.2"; Moorestown: 16.0"; New Brunswick: 10.5"; Newark: 15.8"; Newton: 4.8"; Northfield: 8.0"; Paterson: 17.3"; Plainfield: 14.0"; Roebling: 12.0"; Somerville (4 NW): 17.0"; Sussex (1 NW): 4.0"; Trenton: 16.0"; and, Tuckerton (2 NE): 9.0"

New Hampshire: Alstead Center: 6.0"; Brookline: 6.0"; Concord: 3.3"; Durham: 2.0"; Grafton: 5.0"; Hanover: 3.4"; Keene: 5.0"; Manchester: 12.5"; Nashua (2 NNW): 9.0"; Newton: 4.0"; Plymouth: 1.0"; and, Woodsville: 0.3"

New York: Albany: 1.3"; Bedford Hills: 12.0"; Carmel: 11.5"; Cutchogue: 10.0"; Lake Grove: 10.0"; Medford: 3.0"; Mount Vernon: 13.0"; New York City: 10.2"; Port Jervis: 4.0"; Scarsdale: 16.0"; Setauket: 8.0"; Southampton: 16.0"; and, Wappingers Falls: 11.0"

North Carolina: Albemarle: 6.0"; Asheville: 0.3"; Chapel Hill (2 W): 9.0"; Charlotte: 0.6"; Chimney Rock: 1.0"; Edenton: 2.0"; Fayetteville: 4.8"; Goldsboro (1 SSW): 4.0"; Graham (2 ENE): 6.5"; Greensboro: 8.0"; Henderson (2 NNW): 12.0"; Kings Mountain: 2.5"; Lillington: 7.0"; Louisburg: 8.0"; Lumberton: 2.5"; Marion: 0.5"; Morganton: 0.5"; Moxley: 0.8"; Raleigh: 10.0"; Ramseur (6 S): 3.0"; Randleman: 5.5"; Reidsville: 10.0"; Rocky Mount: 2.0"; Scotland Neck: 4.0"; Settle: 1.5"; Sloan (3 S): 2.0"; Weldon: 3.0"; Wilmington: Trace; and, Winston Salem: 7.4"

Pennsylvania: Allentown: 5.0"; Bethlehem: 5.0"; Coatesville (1 SW): 11.7"; Colebrook: 0.8"; Doylestown: 9.0"; Ephrata: 3.5"; Harrisburg: Trace; Holtwood: 5.0"; Jim Thorpe: 1.0"; Lancaster (2 NE): 9.3"; Matamoras: 3.0"; Media: 12.7"; Mount Pocono: 0.8"; Neshaminy Falls: 10.0"; Philadelphia: 19.4"; Pottsville: 0.5"; Quakertown: 6.0"; Reading: 4.8"; Sadsburyville: 8.2"; Scranton: Trace; West Chester (2 NW): 8.0"; White Haven: 2.0"; and, Wilkes Barre: Trace

Rhode Island: Bristol: 9.0"; Greene: 8.0"; Hope Valley: 7.0"; Kingston: 8.0"; Pawtucket: 12.0"; Providence: 4.6"; and, Wallum Lake: 6.0"

Virginia: Ashland: 7.0"; Blacksburg: 1.0"; Buchanan: 1.0"; Burkes Garden: 1.0"; Callaville: 3.0"; Charlottesville: 0.8"; Danville (2 SE): 2.5"; Doswell: 7.0"; Eastville: 6.0"; Fredericksburg National Park: 7.8"; Glen Lyn: Trace; Lassiter: 0.6"; Lexington: 2.0"; New Canton: 4.0"; Newport News: 2.0"; Norfolk: Trace; Richmond: 10.0"; Roanoke: Trace: Rocky Mount: 4.0"; Staunton: 1.0"; Swetnam: 3.5"; Wachapreaque: Trace; Warsaw (2 NW): 12.0"; and, Waynesboro: 2.5"
Raleigh (Photographer: Albert Barden).

Source: State Archives of North Carolina
Raleigh (Photographer: Albert Barden).

Source: State Archives of North Carolina
Raleigh (Photographer: Albert Barden).

Source: State Archives of North Carolina