Audrey Marguet was twenty-five at the time of the 1937 flood. She lived at 1902 Charlestown Road in New Albany with her husband and three-year-old daughter. The Marguets' home was not in the flood area; however, because there was no water or electricity, they moved in with Mrs. Marguet's husband's aunt and who lived on a farm on Floyds Knobs in southern Indiana. Her parents' home in Louisville was in the path of the flood. They were forced to evacuate shortly before the floodwaters arrived. Mrs. Marguet talks about the apprehension she felt because she could not contact her family in Louisville. She heard many horrible rumors on the radio about victims of the flood and was extremely worried about the fate of her family. She also discussed what it was like living on the farm during the flood and stories she heard from her family about the flood. Index available.