Relief efforts after the Johnstown Flood of 1889

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black and white photo of group of men surrounding twisted engine found among debris

The force of the floodwaters was unimaginable. Little could be salvaged from the wreckage that was of use.

This total destruction is what made the help of other cities so necessary.