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10" x 13.75"

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11" x 13"

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12" x 14"

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7" x 6"

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Picture of devastation of Bowersock Mill as result of 1903 flood of Kaw River.

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10.5" x 9"

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Robert Green

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3.5" x 5"

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Robert Green]]>
3" x 4.5"

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Robert Green

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3" x 4"

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Arlene Roberts Schaake

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4" x 6"

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Photo of Kaw River flood of 1903 with bridge ending in the middle of it. Several persons in foreground.

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John L. Reese

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Neg. #320.19

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Evelyn Garvin Wilson

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4" x 6"

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A dim snapshot of some of the equipment used to repair the Kaw River bridge after the 1903 flood.

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Louise Albert Mueller

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2.25" x 2.75"

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Richard M. Haun

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5.5" x 6.5"

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The view is looking down a road that is covered with water, branches, and other debris. At right is a building with a sign "Buy Your Clothing at the Palace." This is the aftermath of the 1903 flood in Lawrence, KS. The photograph is from a glass-plate negative.]]>
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Kansas River floodwaters toward North Lawrence. Bridge, partially washed out at right.

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8 1/2"x 11 1/2"

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6" x 7"

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