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Daily Archives: March 24, 2013
Flood Diaries: Monday, March 24, 1913
J. G. C. Schenck, Sr. “Raining—has been since Saturday. River very high. AES & I went to see ‘Officer 666’ at Victoria – very good – home 11:15…” Bishop Milton Wright “I apprehended a flood. Felt the danger of … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History Tagged 1913 Dayton Flood, 1913 Flood, Bishop Milton Wright, Great Dayton Flood, MS-1, MS-284, Schenck family, Wright family Comments Off on Flood Diaries: Monday, March 24, 1913