1964 Flood — Klamath 

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Photo courtesy of Greg Rumney
A berm of logs and floating debris stretched 600 feet from shore at some places in Crescent City.
Photo courtesy of Greg Rumney
What was left of the town of Klamath after the flood waters recede.
Photo courtesy of Greg Rumney
The iconic Klamath Bridge washed out in the flood, brought down by a massive logjam.
Photo courtesy of Greg Rumney
A group surveys the damage in Klamath.
Photo courtesy of the Klamath Chamber of Commerce
Tough beef: The steer known as 'Captain Courageous.'
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Photo courtesy of the Klamath Chamber of Commerce
Tough beef: The steer known as 'Captain Courageous.'

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