|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||Photographs of Rome (Ga.) flood, 1916|
|Extent:||1 folder (0.05 Cubic feet)|
|Collection materials are in English.|
Nothing further is known about the donor of this collection.
This collection consists of eight photographs showing the 1916 flooding of Rome, Georgia. The flood in Rome, Georgia in 1916 is attributed to the confluence of an extensive rainstorm and the inland movement of a tropical cyclone.
1. "5th Ave., looking West from the bridge" 2. "5th Ave., looking West" 3. "Looking East across Oostanaula River showing 5th Ave. bridge under construction" 4. "'Trash' Alley from 6th Ave., South" 5. "Ave. "A" looking South from W. 7th St." 6. "Looking East on 5th Ave." 7. Avenue "A" looking North. 8. "Looking West from the Court House...across the Oostanaula River.
Unknown prior to donation.
[item identification],Photographs of Rome (Ga.) flood, 1916, MS 2447, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Varina Buntin, 2012.
Collection is open for research.
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