Two (2) real photograph postcard views (on AZO stock) of hurricane damage in New London, Connecticut, by Bishop Studio, circa 1938. The top view is numbered 17A and shows a tree and utility pole down on a road. A two story building stands just behind this debris. The bottom view doesn’t appear to be numbered. It shows a fallen tree in the foreground with a utility pole visible behind it. A nice pair of New London 1938 Hurricane damage images! The two postcards are in good to very good condition with only light wear and soiling. Note the light rubbing at the corners of the cards. RI residents pay sales tax.