Flood scene at 3229 Broadway.
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- ca. 1903
Horizontal, black and white photograph showing a flooded street scene. On the left there is a two-story building with advertising signs painted along the side reading: "Bussmeyer Bros' Saloon Office and Warehouse. 3229 N.B. Way" and "Bloch Bros Mail Pouch Tobacco." There are train tracks running at a diagonal through the lower half of the image that are almost entirely submerged in water. There are two men standing on the right side of the photo; one is standing in a small boat looking away from the camera, and the other is standing in the water looking to the left of the viewer.
- Heartland Hub
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- Missouri Historical Society
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- Unknown. Flood scene at 3229 Broadway.. ca. 1903. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://mohistory.org/collections/item/P0245-S03-00006-6g. (Accessed December 2, 2023.)
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- Unknown, (ca. 1903) Flood scene at 3229 Broadway.. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://mohistory.org/collections/item/P0245-S03-00006-6g
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