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Flood damage near Sedalia, Colo., looking southwest | by Douglas County History Research Center
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Flood damage near Sedalia, Colo., looking southwest

ACCESSION NUMBER: 1993.006.0025

 

PHOTOGRAPHER: Charles Waldo Love

 

TITLE: Flood damage near Sedalia, Colo., looking southwest

 

DESCRIPTION: 1965 flood at Sedalia, looking southwest from Plum Creek. Mud and silt have widened the creek bed. Trees and Rampart Range mountains are visible in the distance. In the foreground, debris, including silt, tree branches, and rocks, have washed into the creekbed. Large trees are visible in the debris field. A ranch is visible in the distance.

  

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Taken on June 17, 1965