Caption: A fire that swept through the town of Bagnell on March 16, 1931, killed two men and destroyed 19 wooden buildings, including a hotel, a bank, the jail and Union Electric's office. Firefighters from Jefferson City, 35 miles to the north, had to help stop the blaze. The town had become a bustling construction camp when work on the dam began in August 1929. (File photo)
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Photo ID: 26202673
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