At about 7:00 PM on January 10, 1964, forty mile-per-hour winds caused newly fallen snow to roll up like a lady’s hand muff, creating an army of “snow rollers” that marched through Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City. (Photo by L.V. McNeely.)

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