From Ohio History Central
View of damage on Third Street in Dayton, Ohio after flooding, March 25, 1913. Heavy rains during Easter week in March 1913 caused flooding across Ohio. Businesses and railroads suffered more than $300 million of damage, over 20,000 homes were destroyed and 428 Ohioans were killed. The most damage occurred in the Miami Valley area, particularly the city of Dayton.
Ohio History Connection SC 375, AL02622 from the Dayton, Ohio Flood of 1913 Collection.
Bellefontaine Art Co.
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