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Montana has deep snows? Received this from West Coast

2014-01-27 - sent from West Coast - Photo from Ann Curtis Heskamp. The answer has arrived. See below
Can you guess the year?Folks are still talking about that deep freeze and deep snow Adair Countian Bill Troutwine endured in Montana. America has had many memorable snows, and some years just stand out. A West Coast reader sends this picture of a very memorable one which happened in the last six decades. A recent check of big snowfalls may make his/her coast - Alaska, Washington, Oregon and California the Land of Big Snowfalls. The picture she sends is one of those days locked in weather obsessed America's minds. Can you guess which of the 60 years in which it happened. That ought to be easy. Won't ask you where the old town is located, but is you should know or have wild guess, that would be useful. It didn't take Larry Walker long to figure the photo sent to us by Ann Heskamp Curtis from her late father David Heskamp's collection that the photo above is dozer is on Campbellsville Street at the corner of Campbellsville & Merchant. He wrote, just before 1pmCT, "That picture is the old GM dealership on corner of Campbellsville Street & Merchant Street here in Columbia, KY. Probably was owned at that time by Cotton Phelps. The year probably 1960. - Larry Walker And he is exactly right. - CM

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