Kennewick Rains

Dust storms that darkened the noonday sky were part of farm life during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Farmers called them “Kennewick Rains,” after a town near the confluence of Snake and Columbia Rivers where they hit hardest before continuing northward.

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Oil painting on canvas ©1980


Nona’s works are on display at Wenaha Gallery in Dayton, Washington


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