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Martin, Robert F.

South Dakota Farmers Union Communications Director, Chuck Groth, Cooperative Legacy Project interview with Robert Martin, former East River Electric Power Cooperative staff member and Rushmore Electric Cooperative general manager.

Paulsen, Donald

South Dakota Farmers Union Communications Director, Chuck Groth, Cooperative Legacy Project interview with Donald Paulson, former general manager of Golden West Telephone Cooperative and 2003 South Dakota Association of Cooperative Hall of Fame inductee.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Photographer documenting the flood damage in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Workers clearing debris from the flood in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Young girl holding a puppy and sitting in the driveway of a home damaged by the flood in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Man looking at the flood damage in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Body recovered after the flood in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972. The flood resulted in 238 deaths and 3,057 injuries.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Young girl holding a puppy and sitting in the driveway of a home damaged by the flood in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

Rapid City, South Dakota flood damage

Photographer documenting the flood damage in Rapid City, South Dakota following 15 inches of rain over a small area in the Black Hills caused Rapid Creek and other waterways to overflow on June 9, 1972.

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