Description: Photograph of the 1902 flood in Big Spring, Texas. There are buildings visible in the distance and to the right, as well as a train engine and a few cars filled with debris in the middle-left of the image. A man can be seen to the right in front of a small gate. Text below the image says "Flood in Big Spring in 1902 - [sic] Early settlers and particularly immigrants from Pennsylvania who came to work in the T&P shops, often wrote back about the sandstorms on the frontier. But now and then they had occasion to write about floods, too, which inundated the T&P yards. This view is east from Gregg Street." and "T&P Topics, Jun 1957, pg 21 - J. H. Bradford Photo."
Date: June 1957
Creator: Bradford, J. H.
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Partner: The Grace Museum