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These folders contain correspondence subject files with Governor Edward Arn. Some subjects included are flood, Big Creek Watershed Association, Strawn Dam, Toronto Dam, and the Tuttle Creek Dam. Starting on July 13, 1951, one of the most costly floods in Kansas' history swept down the Kansas River valley into the Missouri River basin. The Kansas River valley had flooded before but not with this magnitude and damage. During the period of July 9-13, some areas in the Kansas River basin received 18.5 inches of rain. The eastern half of the basin averaged 8 inches.

Creator: Kansas. Governor (1951-1955 : Arn)
Date: January 1951-January 1955


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Governor Edward Arn, correspondence files, box 59 - 1[Folder 1 Flood Control, Jan-Mar, 1953]

Item Number: 310001
Call Number: Governor's Office, Governor Edward Arn, Correspondence Files, Subject Files Box 59
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 310001

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