|New York Tribune, March 24, 1907|
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The worst flood ever in Pittsburgh's history was on March 17-18, 1936, with water levels at 46 feet. Internet Archive has a couple of videos showing the cleanup and some of the destruction, and this Universal Newsreels video is from YouTube:
- Did the Entire Family Disappear?
- Our Ancestor's Weather
- Historic Pittsburgh Snowstorm of November 1950
- Johnstown Flood: "Death and Devastation"