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Rose Island 14 Miles Above Louisville on the Beautiful Ohio c1930

Description: The pamphlet is an advertisement for the Rose Island amusement park. It contains descriptions of the park, the riverboats people took to the island, and a history of the land on which it was built. Rose Island was founded in 1923 by David Rose on a peninsula formed by 14 Mile Creek and the Ohio River in Charlestown, Indiana. Rose Island was an amusement park and had cabins for rent. It was destroyed by the Great Flood of 1937 of the Ohio River.
Origin: 1930
Publisher: Rose Island Company
Collection: Clark County Collections
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Geography: Charlestown, Clark County, Indiana
38.424732, -85.620587
Subjects: Rose Island (Charlestown, Ind. : Amusement Park)
Amusement parks
Charlestown (Ind.)
Ohio River

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