This was great, Jennifer! Thanks for putting this together! We've got some wonderful photographers here!
How we spent Snowmageddon
Staff at the Archives of American Art have contributed photos to this slideshow that they took during the snow storms of February 2010.
Dubbed “Snowmageddon” and “Snoverkill” by local media, these storms dumped 20–40 inches of snow on the Washington, D.C. area between February 5th and 10th.
Completely reminds me of where I grew up in Syracuse and the snowfall we used to get.
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