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Madison County Courthouse is a historic courthouse located in Fredericktown, Madison County, Missouri. It was designed by architect Theodore Link and built in 1900 by Louis Miller. It is a two-story, rectangular, eclectic Late Victorian style brick and granite building with an attic and full basement. It measures approximately 66 feet by 76 feet and has a hipped roof. It features a square, five-story tower with a steep pyramidal roof and finial.
A collection of stories and images documenting the history of storefront businesses in Madison County.
Mining was a key aspect in the founding of the communities of Madison County...
Stories and images documenting transportation in Madison County.
Exploring the history of education in Madison County
Exploring the geological and natural terrain of Madison County
From old theaters to music to the three ring circus, exploring the culture and entertainment history of Madison County
Farming in Madison County...
Industry in Madison County
Student work from 2019-2020 Arcadia Valley R-II art class with instructor, Rebecca Turner