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Flooded basement. Household objects such as cabinet and boxspring buried in water. Cabinet has numerous glass and crystalware on top. Sign on wall states-Lord give us this day our daily bread. Narrow window near cabinet. Basket hangs from ceiling.
Notes from back of mount: 725 South Fawn Street (entire row) 8 houses in row in same condition. Defective plumbing caused this flooding. About 3 feet or more of filthy stagnant water-dreadful odor. Refrigerator, cupboard with food and couch were ruined. Linen & silverware were on the lower shelves & in drawers of the cupboard. Picture taken April 30, 1923. Used by Ledger Sept. 1923.
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