We are printing on this page a picture sent us by Dr. James L. Neave, of Dresden, Ohio, who writes:
have any flood experience if you can avoid it—it is more pleasant to
read about than to be mixed up with. I have been camping for a month and
am very far from being straightened out yet. I was run out both of
house and office, and when I got back was up against mud and
destruction. Maybe a fire is worse. I didn't know that water was such a
nuisance. I am enclosing a picture of the square wherein my office is
located—it is close to the dentist-sign on the right of the picture."
The American journal of clinical medicine, Volume 20, American journal of clinical medicine., 1913, page 524.