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Jam-Mas-1-129.jpg
This image shows bridges over the Tennessee River connecting North Chattanooga with the main city of Chattanooga during the March 1917 flood. Numerous commercial structures along the river are flooded. A caption on the rear of the image reads,…

Jam-Mas-1-108A.jpg
An unidentified man poses for a portrait on the Elizabethton Bridge over the Doe River. He is sitting on the railing of the bridge and wearing a hat and bowtie. There is a large building behind him on the shore of the river. A caption on the back of…

Par-Wes-03-075.jpg
This image shows a log bridge--apparently the same one seen in Par-Wes-03-052--that has been destroyed by the August 13, 1940, flood. Other structural debris is evident, including metal rods in the right foreground. The debris line on the opposite…

Par-Wes-03-074.jpg
This image shows a large pile of structural debris along a stream or river following the August 13, 1940, flood. A portion of a bridge can also be seen deposited on the road up the bank, in front of the small house and its outbuildings.…

Par-Wes-03-054.jpg
At the center of this image is a bridge that has been dislodged from a nearby waterway and dropped into this farmer's field. Flooding from the August 13, 1940, flood also deposited a large amount of mud in the middle of the adjacent roadway. Standing…

Par-Wes-03-027.jpg
At center is a bridge culvert flanked on either side by rock, indicating the previous location of a bridge that connected to the roadway at upper right before the August 1940 flood wreaked its havoc. Water cascades across the area where the road…

Par-Wes-03-009.jpg
In this view, a small, wooden bridge appears to have been ripped from its moorings and deposited in the creek so that it sits in the pathway of the creek itself, creating an optical illusion of the bridge spanning the space from one body of water to…

Pal-Bla-3-240.jpg
This image is of several signs and pictures on a wall. The original envelope was labeled "Sign for Ellis, Mountain City, Tenn" and had been filed under "School Groups."

Pal-Bla-3-239.jpg
This image is of several signs and pictures on a wall. The original envelope was labeled "Sign for Ellis, Mountain City, Tenn" and had been filed under "School Groups."
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