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439. Quartermaster Depot, Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1937

Description: The entrance of the Quartermaster Depot and its other buildings and grounds were originally thought to be a safe haven. However, this picture shows that even it fell to the swiftly rising waters. Shown is the entrance for cars and horses and personal. A few hardy souls did wait out the flood in the second floor ballroom, which is behind the three arched windows shown in this picture.
Origin: 1981
Created By: Day, Stephen T.
Contributor(s): Fordyce, Jerry
Source: http://indianamemory.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16066coll24/id/1122
Collection: Clark County Visual History
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Geography: 600 Block Tenth Street (Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana)
Subjects: Disasters
Floods
Rivers
Military depots
Education
Clark County (Indiana) -- History
Indiana -- Disasters
U. S. -- Army -- Quartermaster Corp -- History

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