About forty minutes away from us is Portsmouth, Ohio, a town which suffered greatly during the 1937 flood.
After this flood, floodwalls were built, to stem the rise of the river after torential downpours.
This mural depicts the only fatality of the flood, a mother whose boat capsized, and drowned saving her baby, a lady who still lives today.
The murals began with an ad hoc committee, beginning in 1993, and were finished in 2002.
They range from depicting the history of that area, to famous residents that have lived there to the Portsmouth motorcycle club.