National Geographic : 1937 Jun
U.S.Army Air Corps Photograph by Major Albert W. Stevens MORE LIKE A VAST INLAND SEA THAN A MERE RIVER, THE OHIO IN PLACES SPREAD FOR MILES BEYOND ITS BANKS Cold, bewildered cattle huddle in high spots on the road where water is shallowest. Horses seek the consolationofhuman kind bycrowding close tokitchen win dows. Abandoned automobiles and trucks stand near a house. Trees, windmills, barns, fences, and telegraph poles sketch the pattern offarm homes against this watery waste below Louisville.