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Photographs Of 1937 Paducah, Kentucky Flood

After eighteen inches of rain in sixteen days, the Ohio River crested at 60.8 feet on February 2, 1937 in Paducah, Kentucky. This flood was the worst natural disaster in Paducah's history.

Subject

Floods

Creator

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority, Record Group 142

Source

Office of Engineering, Design, and Construction Project Histories and Reports, 1937-1974

Date

February 1937

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Still Image, 16 photos

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 890185

Coverage

Paducah (Ky.)

Original Format

Photographic Print
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