Turkey Run State Park, near Marshall, Indiana, was established for Indiana’s 1916 centennial. This early suspension bridge fell and was replaced with the current structure shortly after the park opened. The bridge crosses Sugar Creek and leads to...
Parke County (Ind.); Suspension bridges; State parks & reserves
The Fort Wayne firm of Thomas J. Tolan and Son built the Second Empire-style Parke County Courthouse in 1882. Large boulders at the courthouse’s Ohio Street entrance are said to have contributed to the naming of the city of Rockville.
Parke County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities
View of the three story Parke Hotel in Rockville, Indiana. The hotel is dated 1880. There is a small balcony on the second floor, over the entrance. Dick H. Ott's drugstore is located in the corner of the building. There are planters on the...
View of the public school building in Rockville, Indiana. The three story building has decorative brickwork along the roofline and a cupola on top. There are decorative windows over the entrance. The fire escape is shown.
Schools; Brickwork; Cupolas; Fire escapes; Public schools