Frontier City, Inc
Title:
Frontier City, Inc
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Mitchell Tex Terry, well known Hollywood motion picture actor and host, with his fabulous $12,000 Cadillac... hand tooled cow hide interior, 5 foot steer horn, seven guns, silver quarterhorse trpohies, twenty-two silver and gold horseshoes. City includes Mansfield Roller Mill, built 1823, still operated by water power. Address - Rt. 3, Rockville, Inc


Frontier City, Inc., in Parke County
Title:
Frontier City, Inc., in Parke County
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Tex Terry, well-known Hollywood motion picture actor and host, with his fabulous $12,000 Cadillac...hand tooled cow hide interior, 6 foot steer horn, seven guns, silver quarterhorse trophies, twenty-two silver and gold horseshoes. City includes Mansfield Roller Mill, built 1823, still operated by water power. Address - Rt. 3, Rockville, Ind. 47872; Tele. 812 - 569-3901



Mansfield Water Power Mill
Title:
Mansfield Water Power Mill
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Mansfield Water Power Mill, on Raccoon Creek in village of Mansfield, Ind., Grist mill here first built 1825, with saw mill added 1830 & operated until 1880; present mill built 1888; still in operation with water power.


General Store
Title:
General Store
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
On scenic black route of Parke County's covered bridge tours. Site of old water powered mill, a covered bridge, and this general store, operated by the same family for 150 years.



Mansfield Bridge
Title:
Mansfield Bridge
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
This bridge was built in 1867 across Big Raccoon Creek in Parke County at Mansfield, Indiana. It is 247 feet long and 16 feet wide.


Mansfield Water Power Mill
Title:
Mansfield Water Power Mill
Mansfield Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County. Mansfield Water Power Mill, located in Mansfield on Big Raccoon Creek. First grist mill built in 1825 with saw mill added in 1830, operated until 1880. Present mill built in 1888 and still uses water power.





Total: 6 Items