Hurricane Hanna Memories

When Hurricane Hanna hit South Texas and northeastern Mexico on July 25, the effect was felt by all. With flooding, fallen trees, power outages and other damages; some are still trying to recover. We are asking you to share your experience with the museum.

Please fill out the form below to send your videos and/or photographs. If you have any questions, please send an email to Kelly Francis-Love at kfrancis-love@mosthistory.org and/or Melissa Peña at mjpena@mosthistory.org.

Thank you for your participation!

Here is the Hurricane Beulah (1967) collection housed in the Margaret H. McAllen Memorial Archives. View collection here.

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Uprooted tree

Kelly Francis-Love, the museum’s archivist, took a photo of an uprooted tree in north McAllen.

No traffic lights

Kelly Francis-Love noticed many traffic lights were gone after Hurricane Hanna made landfall.