Cincinnati Enquirer remembers the 1937 Flood.
“After unprecedented precipitation, the Ohio River in Cincinnati rose to its all-time high on Jan. 26, 1937. It was a natural disaster than spanned the entire length of the 981-mile-long river. Michael Nyerges.” Read more.
One of the founders of our agency, Edmund Strauchen, did the above illustration for the Enquirer that day.