Photograph of flooded street looking south on Crenshaw from Exposition, January 1930. In the foreground at right, a wide street can be seen beside a patch of dirt and vegetation at left. A large layer of water covers the road. At center, at least seven cars trudge through the water. Large waves churn beneath the tires of the automobiles. In the extreme background at center, additional automobiles can be seen. To the right, a row of small buildings are visible. Far beyond the road, a large mountain range extends from left to right. Previous record states: "Rain fell for 4-1/2 hours for a total of 1.41 inches". Back of photoprint reads: "Vermont and Adams Flooded, 1932. DPW".