Depiction of debris piled up against the stone bridge during the Johnstown flood of 1889

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Depiction of debris piled up against the stone bridge during the Johnstown flood of 1889 - brought in. She ran up to the remains and The...
brought in. She ran up to the remains and The View Is taken licm the south tk'.e of the demanded her child. She seemed to have lost ll!!l!!)!!!illt!Ii!!!i W'''S . .t! and embalming fluid injected into the arm. THE JXvX ATC THE Coneniaush. with the Cambria Iron debris, poured over the end of ' TV.. w'.rh fitfr cnii ho!if. the cornse lies identified be-ff'incs be-ff'incs JOHNSTOWN BRIDGE. Mills and the main part of the town cn the the briJge on the far shore. Five car-ioaas car-ioaas car-ioaas of ciotiiit.g were distributed and now almost every cue Is provided with other side. The current, dammed up by the of Pittsburg, who has been here for two day iookiii-j iookiii-j iookiii-j lor crooks and pick-pockets, pick-pockets, pick-pockets, said the he at and of of to of to

Clipped from St. Louis Post-Dispatch05 Jun 1889, WedPage 2

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri)05 Jun 1889, WedPage 2
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  • Depiction of debris piled up against the stone bridge during the Johnstown flood of 1889

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