Summary: Donor gave from family collection nine sepia post cards of the flood of April 1922 in Fort Worth, Texas. Beginning the evening of April 24, 1922, rain continued throughout the night totaling more than seven inches. It continued the following day, causing widespread flooding near the West Fork and Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The images have clearly been annotated at least twice; once in pen and once in pencil by unknown persons. Titles in quotations are written on the image itself in pen as in the examples shown.
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