Raney's Motel
Title:
Raney's Motel
Rockville Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
12 Modern Units - Tile Baths - Beauty Rest beds - Automatic Heat - Family rooms - Playground - 10 miles from Turkey Run State Park on Highway 41-1/4 mile South of Highway 36 - Air-Conditioned -Optional.


Park Bridge Motel
Title:
Park Bridge Motel
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in Rockville, the Covered Bridge capitol of USA. 5 blocks east of US 41, on Route 36. Room controlled heat and air conditioning. Carpet, tile baths, tubs and showers. Stereo music and color TV in rooms. Koppel Color Cards



Scene Trail 6, Turkey Run State Park
Title:
Scene Trail 6, Turkey Run State Park
Rockville Indiana (IN), Linen unused


Parke County Court House
Title:
Parke County Court House
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused



High School
Title:
High School
Rockville Indiana (IN), Divided Back unused


Parke County Court House
Title:
Parke County Court House
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
First court house was built in 1824 of logs on south side of square. Second was built of brick in 1832. Present building constructed, 1882. Cost $80,000



Motel Forrest
Title:
Motel Forrest
Rockville Indiana (IN), Linen PM 1957 Nov-22

Description:
US Highway 41. Gateway to Turkey Run State Park. PO Box 93, Rockville, Indiana. Phone 604. Air conditioned. Mr. & Mrs. Milford Hoss, Owner-Operator


Parke County Covered Bridge Festival
Title:
Parke County Covered Bridge Festival
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Pictured: The Headquarters tent in the Court House yard, October, 1958. Farmers brought in their produce for sale to tourists who came to see Parke County's 39 Covered Bridges Parke County Covered Bridge Committee



Rockville High School
Title:
Rockville High School
Rockville Indiana (IN), Linen unused


Parke County Court House
Title:
Parke County Court House
Rockville Indiana (IN), Linen unused



Greetings from Parke County. The Covered Bridge Capital of U.S.A
Title:
Greetings from Parke County. The Covered Bridge Capital of U.S.A
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Brock Sign greeting the many visitors that come to see the 38 covered bridges and enjoy the famous Covered Bridge Festival held every October in Rockville, the County Seat


Town House Motel
Title:
Town House Motel
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. 41, 1/2 Block North Jct. U.S. 36 Rockville, Ind. New, Ultra Modern, Central Heat, Air Conditioned, Free TV in All Rooms. Ceramic Tile Baths Dial LOwell 9-5543 Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Briggerman, Managing Owners Dexter Press, Inc



Raney's Motel
Title:
Raney's Motel
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Raney's Motel Member of ATA & AMHA 12 Modern Units - Tile Baths - Beauty Rest Beds - Automatic Heat - Family Rooms - Playground - 10 Miles From Turkey Run State Park On Highway 41 - 1/4 Mile South Of Highway 36. Air-Conditioned - Optional. Phone 569-9494


County Court House
Title:
County Court House
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County County Court House located in Rockville, Ind. First court house was built in 1824 of logs on south side of square. Second was built of brick in 1832. Present building constructed, 1882. Cost $ 80,000.



Billie Creek Village
Title:
Billie Creek Village
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
This Bridge was built in 1895 across Williams Creek in Parke County near Rockville, Indiana. It is 62' long and 15' wide.


Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Title:
Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenic Parke County, Indiana. Billie creek village, located on route 36 1 mile east of Rockville, Ind. Farm demonstration held in July. Open May 30th through Oct. Maple Fair held the last weekend in Feb. & the first weekend in March.



Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Title:
Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Billie creek village, located 1 mile east of Rockville, Ind. On Route 36. Rail splitting contest held in August. The Maple Fair is held the last weekend in Feb. & the first weekend in March. Covered Bridge Festival, 2nd weekend through 3rd weekend in Oct.


Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Title:
Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Is located 1 M. E. of Rockville, Indiana on Rd. 36. A special program is planned for the summer months. In August, it is this thrashing machine with steam engine. This outfit is dated about 1920.



Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Title:
Billie Creek Village, 1 Mile East U.S. 36
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Restored buildings used by early Parke County, Indiana pioneers. Located 1 mile east of Rockville, on U.S. 36. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. Demonstrations of candle, soap and pottery making, rug weaving, rail splitting, printing and other activities in season. For information write to Tourist Center, Rockville, Indiana 47872.


Bridgeton Bridge
Title:
Bridgeton Bridge
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
The two-span Covered Bridge over Big Raccoon Creek was built in 1868, showing dam for the mill, formerly operated with waterpower. Located in famous Parke County of 39 Covered Bridges, 9 miles southeast of Rockville, Indiana-Site of the Covered Bridge Festival held every October.



Catlin Bridge
Title:
Catlin Bridge
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1907 it is now located on the Parke County Golf Course just off U. S. 41 near Rockville, Indiana-the County Seat and site of the Covered Bridge Festival, held every October. Parke County, the Covered Bridge County of the U. S. A., has 38 covered bridges.


Jessup Bridge
Title:
Jessup Bridge
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County Jeesup Bridge No. 15 being moved through Rockville to replace Adams Bridge No. 2 that was destroyed in 1969



Old St. Joseph's Church
Title:
Old St. Joseph's Church
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County. The history of the Catholic Church In Parke County began with the Indian occupation. With the coming of white settlers Mass was said in private homes. The first church in Rockville was on west York St. about 1870. In 1886 this Church was built at Ohio and Virginia Sts. To make way for a new Church, it was donated to Billie Creek Village in 1972, with financial assistance of Mr. & Mrs. Anton Hulman. Father Moran, Pastor.


Old St. Joseph's Church, Parke County
Title:
Old St. Joseph's Church, Parke County
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
The history of the Catholic Church in Parke County began with the Indian occupation. With the coming of white settlers Mass was said in private homes. The first church in Rockville was on West York St. about 1870. In 1886 this Church was built at Ohio and Virginia Sts. To make way for a new Church, it was donated to Billie Creek Village in 1972, with financial assistance of Mr. & Mrs. Anton Hulman. Father Moran, Pastor.



The Maple Fair
Title:
The Maple Fair
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County The Maple Fair is held the last weekend of Feb. and the first weekend in March. Tourists can visit several camps and see maple syrup being made. Two routes are marked for cars or buses. Pancake & sausage breakfast served. This camp is operated by Smiley Bros., north of Raccoon Lake. Rockville Ind. R.R. 2, 47872.


The Maple Fair
Title:
The Maple Fair
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Parke County The Maple Fair is held the last weekend of Feb. and the first weekend in March. Tourists can visit several camps and see maple syrup being made. Two routes are marked for driving, buses are also available. This camp is located 4 M. northeast of Rockville and is operated by Williams and Teague, Rockville, Ind. R.R. 3, 47872.



Home Of Country Contributor
Title:
Home Of Country Contributor
Rockville Indiana (IN), Divided Back PM 1911


Parke County Court House
Title:
Parke County Court House
Rockville Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
The famous Covered bridge Festival held every October, draws thousands of visitors to Rockville, the county Seat. Parke County, with 38 covered bridges, is the Covered Bridge County of the U. S. A.





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