Unmailed postcard, “Coal Creek Bridge, Parke County, Indiana”. Per postcard, bridge was destroyed by fire in 1992.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. William Meyer Covered Bridge. Located in northern part of County, set in picturesque scene of sycamores. Built 1873 with Smith truss. Washed out in the flood of 1957.”
Unmailed postcard, “De Kalb County, Indiana, Howlton Covered Bridge”. Per postcard, bridge was destroyed by fire in 1963.
Unmailed postcard, “Gibson County, Indiana, 14-26-01, Old Red Bridge”.
Per postcard, this covered bridge is located “one mile North of Mt. Healthy, Ohio” and is the “only remaining covered bridge in the county”. Postcard is in excellent condition, but the production run cut off the first line of the description which probably contained the name of the bridge.
This is a pretty postcard! Per back, it’s “Bethlehem – The Manger”. Also has “Copyright 1975 – Ed. Franciscan Printing Press – Jerusalem”. Postcard has not been mailed but has a couple places on back where it was apparently taped or glued to something and small amount of the postcard paper came off when removed. Nice collectible!
Neat postcard! Per card, this bridge is the “Only one of its kind in Ohio” and was “built in 1831”. Postcard is in very good condition but prior owner wrote “Newton Falls, Ohio” on front and “Trumbull” on back.
Per postcard, this is “Scofield Covered Bridge in Huntington Twp., Brown Co., Ohio (33-08-21)”. Postcard is in excellent condition but back has handwritten notation “Bridge is now in storage”.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. 14-67-08 Black Bridge, 1860-1962, formerly located 1 mile west of Greencastle over Big Walnut Creek. Burr Arch 110 feet.”
Unmailed postcard, “Illinois Covered Bridge”, crosses Sangamon River near Mahomet, Illinois.
Per postcard, this was named “The William’s” but was later known as “Martin Bridge” and was located in Washington County, Ohio. It “was victim of a flash flood March 4, 1963”.
Per postcard, this is the “75’ Cain Archer Covered Bridge #29” of Noble County”. Postcard is in excellent condition but back has handwritten “Noble 29” and “removed years ago”.