Connecting to Collections: Ohio’s Greatest Weather Disaster

Dont forget, there will be a Connecting to Collections Talk tomorrow June 20th at 2 P.M. on the museum floor of the Ohio Historical Center. The topic this week is, “The 1913 Flood, Ohio Greatest Weather Disaster.” For five days in March of 1913, incessant rain across Ohio brought death and destruction to the Miami and Scioto River Valleys. Through photographs, first person accounts and other resources, learn how this horrific natural disaster changed the face of Ohio. Next week staff will be giving an update on our site inventory projects. Come and find out what wonderful treasures we have at our sites. Hope to see you there!

Posted June 19, 2009
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