Flood Diaries: Saturday, March 29, 1913

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Soldiers in a martial law camp during the 1913 flood (ms128_3-12-1)

“Military Law is in force. Everyone is doing all they can to relieve people in distress—Worked up town all day. AES is working as a Red Cross Nurse about city.”

 

Bishop Milton Wright

“Father Ainsworth and Lorin’s go out. Yesterday, I went to the bridge and up river; and to Wright lot & back. To-day I walked to bridge and to First Street & back. After dinner, Health Officer quarentined [sic] the house! Mrs. Stevens called. Clare went to the children at Earl Andrews, near Osborn.”

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