Postcard – “Hundred Oaks, Catholic Priest Home, Winchester, Tennessee.” Postcard has been mailed with postmark date of April 30, 1945. It has a cancelled 3 cents “V win the war” stamp.
Unmailed postcard, “Illinois Covered Bridge”, crosses Sangamon River near Mahomet, Illinois.
Neat postcards! One is #14-89-02, Brannon Bridge, Wayne County, Indiana. The other is from an oil painting by Paul Hamilton of Wayne County and depicts Old National Road Covered Bridge in Richmond. Neither postcard has been mailed – the second one has a couple white places (see photo).
Unmailed postcard, “Longwood Bridge”, Fountain County, Indiana.
Unmailed postcard, “Lower Blue Creek Bridge”, Franklin County, Indiana.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana, 14/67/12 Manhattan Bridge located ½ mile S. of Manhattan. Built 1895 over Deer Creek. 1 span Burr Arch 120 feet.” Postcard is in excellent condition but has a drip/spot on back.
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”.
Postcard of McAllister’s Bridge. Photo by Darryl Jones, Parke County, Indiana.
Isn’t this a pretty postcard? It’s covered bridge known as “Morgan Co. #35, located 1 1/2 miles S.W. of Eagleport, Ohio”.
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.
Made in Germany, this adorable postcard was mailed in 1907 and has cancelled one cent stamp!
Unmailed postcard, “Old Enochsburg Covered Bridge”, Franklin County, Indiana.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana, 14-67-05 Old Raccoon Bridge built at Raccoon in 1838 as a 2 lane bridge. Was moved ½ mile S.E. of Clinton Falls in 1938 and rebuilt into one lane over Little Walnut Cr. Burr Arch construction 122 feet.”
Postcard – “Parker Bridge. This bridge was built in 1886 across Mill Creek in Putnam County near Emminence, Indiana. It is 120’ long and 16’ wide.”
Postcard – “Pine Bluff Bridge. This bridge crosses Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County near New Maysville, Indiana. It is 211’ long and 16’ wide.”
Per postcard, this is a private bridge and it’s “Morgan County #2, Known as the Porter Covered Bridge” located 2 ½ miles WNW of Bristol, Ohio. Postcard is in excellent condition, however, prior owner wrote “Morgan 2” and “removed” on back of card.
Postcard of Riverdale bridge located in Morgan Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio!
Postcard – “Rolling Stone Bridge. It was built in 1915 across Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County near Bainbridge, Indiana. It is 103’ long and 16’ wide.”