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  1. Great day for Wayside Exhibits dedication
    Posted: 2007-08-13, Story ID: 18719

  2. Gradyville Flood: Ottillia Scott Bell Credited With Saving Lives
    Posted: 2007-06-11, Story ID: 17736

  3. June 7, 2007: 100th Anniversary of Gradyville Flood
    Posted: 2007-06-07, Story ID: 17687

  4. Dr. L.C. Nell house/Diddle house distinctions remembered
    Posted: 2007-01-29, Story ID: 16125

  5. Dismantling of the The Dr. L.C. Nell home, Gradyville, KY.
    Posted: 2007-01-17, Story ID: 16021

  6. 30 Years After The Flood
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10139

  7. Mrs. Scott's Father Made A Sad Trip To Gradyville
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10138

  8. After The Flood: Dr. L. C. Nell Remained Dominant Adair County Figure
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10137

  9. Adair County News Flood Report As It Appeared June 12, 1907
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10136

  10. Rollin Keltner Survived The Night To Tell About It
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10133

  11. Keltner House Used As A Morgue; Voices Sometimes Heard
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10132

  12. Ottillia Scott Bell Credited With Saving Lives In The Flood
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10129

  13. Flood Recollections
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10127

  14. Gradyville Flood
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10120

  15. A Killing Flood Made History In Gradyville
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10112

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