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  Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
 Decade: 1900-1909
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

Date: 1908
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of Trinity River flood waters as seen from a train track. Beyond the train tracks, which appear on the left, are flood waters and trees. The photograph is inside a decorative black matte.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

Date: 1908
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of Trinity River flood waters from a train track near Alamo Street. Trees are visible in the background, behind the flooding.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]

Date: May 1908
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of five figures walking on a train track with Trinity River flood waters in the background. A handwritten note on back of the photograph reads: "May 1908 flood Union Station at site of present structure."
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Turtle Creek]

[Trinity River Flood Waters From Turtle Creek]

Date: May 1908
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of the Trinity River flood waters. The photograph is inside a black matte. Poles are jutting out of the water. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Flood waters May 1908 M. K. + T. tracks and Alamo Street at Turtle Creek looking from Oak Lawn Ave towards the city."
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
[Turtle Creek Pumping Station]

[Turtle Creek Pumping Station]

Date: May 1908
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of the Turtle Creek Pumping Station. The photograph, which is inside a white decorative matte, is washed out. A handwritten note on the back reads: "[Trinity River] Flood waters 1908 (May) old Turtle Creek pumping station in back ground."
Contributing Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives
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