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    March 1936 flood - Press Herald photo courtesy Portland Public Library Special Collections and Archives | of | Share this photo

    Main Street in Auburn as a three-day rain storm that began on March 11, 1936 causes the Androscoggin River to historic heights. The building on the left is the old Auburn House hotel and the North Bridge is right next to it, out of site.

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    The exact location where this photo was taken is unknown but probably Main Street in Auburn during the flood in March 1936.

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    March 1936 flood - Press Herald photo courtesy Portland Public Library Special Collections and Archives | of | Share this photo

    These cars are floating near what is now known as the Roak Block.

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    Looking across the Androscoggin River at Lewiston from what is now the Longley Bridge as the rain storm that began on March 11, 1936 causes the Androscoggin River to rise to historic heights. The dome of the Lewiston City Building and the old Pine Street Congregational Church are in the center of the photo. The railing of what was the old North Bridge is visible at the bottom

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