"In Oberlin History" is a series dedicated to notable events in Oberlin College history. It is created in partnership with the Office of Communications and Oberlin College Archives.
One of the worst blizzards in Oberlin history occurred between November 9 and 10, 1913. Trains and streetcars were stuck in the drifting snow, and passengers were forced to sleep in the cars overnight. The snow drifts measured up to 14 feet and buried businesses. The wind was so strong that, anywhere east of Elyria, phone connections were lost.
You may also like…
May 25, 2022
August 16, 2021
July 14, 2021