A letter from Mrs. A.R. Love (signed "Love") to Joy C. Porter of Baltimore, Maryland, detailing Love's experiences in during the Great Flood of 1937 in Louisville.
The scrapbook contains clippings documenting the flooding of the Ohio River at Louisville in 1937. It contains the inscription "From Ernest Harris to Caroline Permabaker."
Postcards (many by Caufield and Shook) depicting 1937 Louisville flood and a Thanksgiving dinner program for Battery D, 68th Field Artillery, Nov. 28, 1918, at Camp Knox (now Fort Knox) Kentucky.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of the 1937 flood in Louisville, Ky. The clippings include almost entire copies of twelve flood edition issues published by Louisville papers and printed out of town.
The Patsie E. Sloan papers document her police service and her role as a PTA leader. They also include a report on the 1937 Ohio River flood and her 1937 student paper, "A Study of the Louisville Division of Police." A small portion of the collection relates to Sloan's son, John Steward Sloan, and her other children.
Scrapbook from the 1937 Ohio Valley flood, including clippings from Louisville and Chicago newspapers as well as official flood documents. The collection also includes loose newspaper clippings of the 50th anniversary flood commemoration as well as other newspaper issues circa 1940.