Château Laroche (Loveland Castle)
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Château Laroche (from French: Rock Castle), or the Loveland Castle, is a medievalist castle on the banks of the Little Miami River, north of Loveland, Ohio, designed and self-constructed by Harry Andrews beginning in 1929 as a headquarters for the Knights of the Golden Trail, a Boy Scout troop.
- Historic Loveland Castle & Museum, lovelandcastle.com, http://www.lovelandcastle.com/ — website of the current proprietors, the Knights of the Golden Trail
- Michel, Thomas A. (1984), "Harry Andrews and His Castle: A Rhetorical Study", in Ward, Daniel Franklin, Personal Places: Perspectives on Informal Art Environments, Popular Press, p. 111-123