Penn-Rockenbach House
216 East 11th Street
New Albany, IN 47150

Listing Description:
This Arts and Crafts home appears to have been built circa 1914 for George F. Penn. He was a superintendent at the Hoosier Dye Works & Manufacturing Co., located at 26 East 3rd Street in downtown New Albany.

By the early 1920s, Emma Rockenbach was living in the home. She was the widow of Rudolph Rockenbach and the daughter of August Knoefel, a pharmacist whose shop was located on West Market Street. Emma and her sister Minnie were both pharmacists and took over their father's business after his passing. Emma Rockenbach continued to reside here until the early 1930s, and the house has had numerous owners and occupants since.

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Additional Information:
Building Style: Craftsman
Year Built: c.1914

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