Below The Hill
Do You Know?
Rock & Roll
Fair & Balanced
This Website Is Dedicated To Her!
How Time Slipped Away
The people you remember continue to be
a part of your daily thoughts,
and their influence is with you always.
Brief Celebration Of Rita's Life.
JB's "Ode To Ma Bean" Moved To Her Memorial Page.
"JB" Said - Save That Tree!
Comment From Jim White:
Glad to see Mayor's tree. Just like Mayor, her tree is strong.
JB's Watchin' Ma Bean's Tree....He's "On Site" Frequently.
Persons In Indianapolis & Oregon who purchased the tree, along with Rita's Daughter, are asking about its condition....Thus our daily photos.
Photo Leads MCR Readers To "Bound For Glory" Historic Page:
Ok - We're:
Today Is Sunday:
"CUBS" National League Champions:
Coach George Allen Would Say,
From Paul Dills, South Walnut Street Resident, Madison:
"Past Fall" On Ten-Cent Road:
Broadway Hotel & Tavern, Madison Landmark:
Meat Loaf, Wednesday.
Country Fried Steak, Thursday.
Chicken & Dumplings, Friday.
Mary Hanlon's Point "Or" Bill Rason's Long View Inn:
Developing Activities At The Top Of Milton's 421 Hill.
Meanwhile - Back To The Madison Boat:
Unlimited Hydroplane Racing:
Open The "Best Damn" Line.
"Best Damn Miss Madison Page Period!"
"79 Locations" MCR Readers From:
Brazil, Ecuador, Greece, Mexico, Dubai, Austria, Netherlands, Venezuela, France, Canada, Malaysia, Columbia, Germany, Hungary, Serbia, Portugal, Iran, Italy, Australia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Norway, Argentina, Poland, Sweden, Nigeria, Switzerland, Ireland, Bulgaria, Finland, Czech Republic, Iceland, Denmark, Republic Of Korea, Spain, Chelyabinsk-Russia, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Tunisia, Russian Federation, Belgium, New Zealand, Armenia, Indonesia, Puerto Rico, Cyprus, Philippines, Dominican Republic, Macedonia, Romania, India, Peru, Ukraine, Pakistan, Bahamas, Costa Rico, Zimbabwe, Qatar, Thailand, Turkey, Bangladesh, Maldives, Chile, Estonia, Malta, Republic Of Moldova, Lithuania, Croatia, Singapore, Iraq, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan, China, Trinidad, Aruba, Cayman Islands & Morocco:
you'll regret it. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow.
But soon and for the rest of your life."
From Larry Stewart:
From Jan Davis - Send RR Photos To MCR:
Find person hanging out a coach window or door.....
The "Town Hall Forum" On The Old Madison Website:
Open "JB's Railroad & Incline Page" Reuben Wells On Madison's Incline.
Find Photos Like This, Among "JB's" Historic Photos, Scroll Up:
"RB" Thanks "JB" For Many Favors "Present & Times Past" - Including Introducing Us To "HTML" The Language Of Our Computer's Website.
His Website, "Old Madison" Is A Great Information Source For Madison.
Here We Stand!
If Any Person Or Elected Authority, Including A President of The United States, Moves By Statute Or Executive Order, To Change Or Alter The 2nd Amendment Of The Constitution Of The United States Of America....
As The Founders Of America Did/Acted For "Each" Of America's Constitutional Freedoms.
Thank You Virginia!
Madison Came Running's Tribute To
"Hamilton Joe Nuxhall" Open Here!
Dorothy Jones - Local Writer:
Read Dorothy Jones' Book. Mentioned In MCR's Library - Left Mast.
It's About Emilie Todd Helm - Learn Why President Lincoln Called Emilie Todd Helm, His "Little Sister?" Lived In Madison, Indiana Several Years.
From Amanda Ferris:
For All Who Serve - Or Have Served:
Paul J. Smith Writes: October 20, 2016.
Five-year-old Vivian May Allison died on this day in 1899, probably of appendicitis. It was a personal tragedy for her family but, sadly, not an uncommon event for the time when childhood mortality in this country was much higher than today.
What brings little Vivian into our story is what her parents did after her death — they constructed a tombstone that is really a miniature, completely furnished, wood Victorian house with big glass windows.
Over a century later, the dollhouse still stands above her grave, refurbished and watched over by merchants across the street in Connersville, Indiana. You can't miss it as it is very close to a major road on the western side of Connersville in City Cemetery and is a very touching sight.
Paul J. Smith's History Items
Several (Madison Came Running Readers) Requested Photographs From Past Website Issues. Here They Are - Some Repeats - All Favorites - Long Trip!
MCR Proudly Presents Our Neighbor - Madison Artist - Carolyn Lopez
Open Larry's Potpourri & Bound For Glory
See: Madison, Boats, & Excellent Train Pictures.
Plus "Trestle Burning" - Page recommended by "JB"
Historic Steamboats? - Check Larry's Boat Page.
The collections he shares with "you & me" is without equal.
More Great Madison-Related-Photos From Larry Stewart.
See Larry's Historic "Bound For Glory & Steam Boat" Pages.
Thanks "JB" for the links.
Route for Terrorists
Of Discarded Lives."
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