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The Flood of '65 #7455 03/18/07 02:04 AM
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Courtesy of Monroe Tiegs
Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9yprnwC81E

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Re: The Flood of '65 [Re: Jeff Steinborn] #7457 03/18/07 12:34 PM
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I must have footage of the '67 flood because it shows my deer hunting buddy Monroe in a buckskin jacket.

Who is the guy smoking a pipe with the glasses? And who are the four at the end with arms around each other?

At first, you wonder why one guy had a life vest on when others didn't. If you have ever been pulled by the current of the river you know the answer and obviously he was at some point.

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Pipe smoker would be Ray Patterson, that's his 50 Chev blue pickup pulling the Civil Defense pump

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Here is part two.

At about the 4 1/2 minute mark, we see a bunch of locals, who are they?


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Part 1

Who are the young guys near the end of part 1? Looks like they are standing close to where the Indy is located now.

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Kenny Steckman is in front of the Independent, Lenny Blaschko. does Monroe still have that jacket?

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Sorry for the confusion earlier, yes I have the same footage and it is from '65. I do believe Monroe still has the coat. If I remember the story correctly, the coat was made in Faribault and took three deer. Nice to see the footage in ditigal.

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...and here is final part 3.


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Originally Posted By: Tom Graham
Kenny Steckman is in front of the Independent, Lenny Blaschko. does Monroe still have that jacket?



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I think the two "young" guys with the pop can in Part 1 are Marv Engel and Steph Thomas, who is wearing one of the white windbreakers liberated from HHS track department. (Everyone had one.)

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Thanks, Monroe! These are great!

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And thanks, Jeff, for making this so accessible! We don't use u-toob.

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I had a St.Paul Dispatch newspaper route in town during 1970 and 1971, and one of my subscribers, a very old lady named Edna O'Connell, had water stains on her home's interior walls, and on some of her furniture, caused by the 1965 flood. You could look around the inside of her house and practically tell where the water level had been. She lived on N. 5th, on the corner of Locust St, I believe, or perhaps the corner just one block north or one block south of Locust. She gave me a dime tip every two weeks, which was good for 10 pieces of penny candy at Bender's Drug Store. Or sometimes I bought a 5-cent Cherry Coke and five pieces of candy.

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That footage is fascinating! Thanks for posting it. I had relatives who moved into that big white house across from the Mobil station in the early 1970's: Pat & Maxine, and kids Ronnie, Terry & Missy. The last house I lived in (before moving away in Sept.1973) was just a couple doors south of Mr. Swenson's store. Looking out my front door, you would see the west side of the feed mill store. Does anyone know how high the water got at the feed mill? I couldn't spot the feed mill in the movie footage.

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Saw our house in the footage on tape 2. We were given a picture of the house with water up to the front picture window. When we did remodeling recently, the water marks about half way up the wall on the main floor.

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This footage is getting a lot of hits lately.

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