As the relentless summer heat bears down upon us, many may find solace in the thought of the forthcoming winter. Transporting us back in time to March 5, 1912, a remarkable snowstorm enveloped Salina, leaving a frozen spectacle in its wake. A captivating historical image captures the essence of that snowy day, showcasing a scene from the west side of the 100 block of S. Santa Fe Avenue. In the photograph's backdrop, a horse-drawn wagon from the renowned Salina Steam Laundry is seen parked in front of the iconic Old Central Hotel, serving as a window into Salina's bygone winters.
Escape the Scorching Summer: A Glimpse into Salina's Snowy Past
Sep 3, 2023 — 1 min read