Moderator: There’s been a high degree of interest in an event that happened 100 years ago. Why do you think that is?
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Janet Bly, general manager of the Miami Conservancy District, the agency charged with managing the region’s flood-control system.
Andy Snow, a Dayton photographer who provided the photos for “A Flood of Memories,” newly published by the Conservancy District.
Brady Kress, executive director of Dayton History and Carillon Historical Park.
Jim Blount of Hamilton, a member of the Butler County Historical Society.
Sam Ashworth of Middletown, a member of the Butler County Historical Society.
Geoff Williams, a Loveland resident and the recent author of “Washed Away: How the Great Flood of 1913, America’s Most Widespread Natural Disaster, Terrorized a Nation and Changed it Forever.”