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See Big Brushy Fork School-View 1 for description.

Located on what was the Stivers Farm on Ryker's Ridge, we know little of this school. We do know that Harry Lemen taught school here in 1909 and that it was evidently torn down soon after this picture was taken. Can anyone help with information on the old Telegraph School?

Located on Hanover Road near the foot of the hill. Anyone care to help us out with one?

This building was sold to the Vail family in 1924 by the Presbyterian Church. The Vails used it as a funeral home from 1924 to 1928 when they sold it to the Lutheran congregation. Since 1961 it has been the home of Historic Madison, Inc.

This house has been described as Queen Anne/Romanesque. It was built between 1892 and 1897, probably for the Michael Donlan family and they lived in the home for over fifty years. Mr. Donlan was a prominent Madisonian with ties to the banking industry. The last two Donlans in the home were…

This building, originally a private home, was built ca. 1878, probably by William H. Bruning. Mr. Bruning retained ownership of the home until his death in 1930, although he hadn't lived in the house for some time. It is assumed the property was rented to other individuals until it was sold to…

Robert Glass was born in 1882 to Frederick and Louisa P. Glass. He was a well-known and well-liked businessman in Madison. Upon the death of his father, he helped run the family businesses, the Frederick Glass Ice Cream Company and the Glass Dairy Company. He was also prominent in the affairs of…

This building was probably built to be a livery stable or at least a building to contain horses. The 1859 city directory lists the building as McCubbin and Sons Livery. It was also called a livery and sale barn at one point. For several years in the 1880s it was the Fashion livery run by W.C. Watt.…

This house has been described as Queen Anne/Romanesque. It was built between 1892 and 1897, probably for the Michael Donlan family and they lived in the home for over fifty years. Mr. Donlan was a prominent Madisonian with ties to the banking industry. The last two Donlans in the home were Margaret…

See Hatch Home-View 1 for description.