1913 flood
Part 1

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2nd Street, East From Bridge,
1913, Maysville High School
in the distance
On 2nd, west, toward
Poplar, April, 1913
Front and Market
Streets, 1913
East Second Street, 1913
Note Growers Tobacco
Warehouse on the right

 

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Maysville in the
 1913 Flood
Front Street in the
1913 Flood
Third Street, by
 the L & N Depot
Somewhere in Maysville,
1913 Flood

 

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Flood Damage, 1913 Front Street in the
1913 Flood
Second Street in
 the 1913 Flood
Back of the
St. Charles Hotel
(it faced Front St.)

 

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Second and Poplar Home of A. C. Spahr,
owner of Maysville
Brickyard 
Second and Sutton C & O Freight Station,
Clooney and Second

 

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C & O Passenger Station Second & Sutton,
6th Ward
That's J. C. Cablish & Son
Grocers on the right
Second and Poplar
note Growers Tobacco
Warehouse on left
Notice Flat Car Bridge on the left
Maysville, 1913 Flood

 

The 1913 flood crested on March 31, at 68.4 feet, and is estimated to have been eight and a half to ten inches higher than the previous record of 1884. 1937 would add 7 feet to that record, cresting on January 27th, at 75.4 feet.

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