Floods and High Water, 1936: Pennsylvania's Greatest Flood Disaster in Pictures.

Floods and High Water, 1936: Pennsylvania's Greatest Flood Disaster in Pictures

Harrisburg, PA: The Telegraph Press, 1936. Soft Cover. Very Good. Item #2265079

Front wrapper creased, edges lightly rubbed.

Unpaginated. A collection of black-and-white photographs of the Pittsburgh flood of 1936. "On March 17 and 18, 1936, the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania witnessed the worst flood in its history when flood levels peaked at 46 feet (14 m). This flood became known as The Great St. Patrick's Day flood, and also affected other areas of the Mid-Atlantic on both sides of the Eastern Continental Divide."

Price: $10.00

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