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The Flood of 2011

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IN PICTURES: The Flood of 1922

 

IN PICTURES: The Flood of 1922

Few photos exist of the Assiniboine River flood of 1922, but those that do show a familiar sight: water, lots of water. The flood spills up over the river's banks, spreading down streets and surrounding homes. If you've got more historical photos from this flood, we'd love to see them. Email website@brandonsun.com.

The Flood of 2011

Flickr user RodKenny has posted three more pictures of Brandon flooding from his father's collection, dated 1921: click here, here and here.

If you recognize any of the people in these photos, please contact the archivists at the S.J. McKee Archives at Brandon Universtity:

 

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