From the January 1939 Popular Science Magazine.
"As the morning advanced, the light became better and I was able to shoot my pictures at 1/100 and 1/125 of a second. On the way home, we swung out over Fire Island, where the terror and destruction had been greatest. Wide channels had been cut across the land by the fury of the sea, and whole communities had been wiped out by the force of the wind." --Rudy Arnold. (Color Photographs by the Author)