Now to pick on Crescent City, California:
1915 "Cyclone" actually just a tornado with a category under two. Over 50 category two and above tornadoes have been recorded there since 1-1-1960.
Just property damage--
On 20 December 1941, 25 miles west of Cape Mendocino, the Imperial Japanese Navy's I-17 shells and then fires two torpedoes at the 6, 912-ton Socony-Vacuum oil company tanker EMIDIO returning empty from Seattle to San Francisco. A patrolling PBY "Catalina" flying boat of Patrol Squadron (VP) 44 spots the EMIDIO dead in the water with people going over the sides and getting into lifeboats. The PBY also spots the I-17 on the surface and starts an attack. As depth charges are dropped, Commander Nishino Kozo dives and makes his escape. The EMIDIO, hit in the stern, does not sink. She is finally run aground off Crescent City, California, 85 miles north of where she was torpedoed. The Coast Guard Cutter SHAWNEE rescues 31 survivors.
The 1964 Alaska Earthquake (has postcards) also sent a significant tsunami into the Pacific. Along the California Coast, Crescent City was the hardest city hit.
From 184 miles south east of Crescent City, there are some wonderful real photo Lassen Peak Volcano eruption postcards by Mr. Loomis from the circa 1914-21 eruptions, but lack of personal property damage and death precludes being called a disaster.