Flood of March 1936 - Mill Views
The winter of 1936's large snowfall amounts was followed by heavy spring rains resulting in the worst flooding since 1850. In one day after 6 inches of rainfall the water was within a foot of it's bank by the mill buildings. Photo of mill number 6.
By the following morning the Assabet River was lapping over the edge of its bank. Within the next few hours, the water rose well over the bank. Photo of mill number 11.
Donated by W. Carbone
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8 x 10 inch