Front page of the New Albany Tribune on January 21, 1937.
Front page of the New Albany Tribune on January 22, 1937, officially the first day of the flood.
A two page free newsletter by the Printing and Journalism departments of New Albany Senior High School, providing information about the flood's impact and resources for those affected by the 1937 flood.
Streets, Sewers Damaged $38,000 by Late Flood
Article from the May 1, 1937 edition of the New Albany Tribune describing the damage done to the streets and sewers of New Albany by the flood.
Deed Recorded in Housing Plan
Article from the May 1, 1937 edition of the New Albany Tribune detailing the "first transfer of property in the Housing Authority's new subdivision on high ground to Mrs. Mary Richardson," following the flood.
Housing Project on President's Desk for O.K.
Article from the June 5, 1937 edition of the New Albany Tribune discussing the potential WPA project to build homes in a new subdivision for those who lost their home in the flood.
City's Flood-Hit Records Restored to Normal Status
Article from the April 1, 1941 edition of the New Albany Tribune describing the process WPA employees went through to restore the city's records that were damaged by the flood. Article continues onto another page so there are two files for this item.