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Historic Properties of
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Jeremiah Sullivan House
Dr. Hutchings Office & Hospital
Costigan House
Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum
Windle Auditorium
St. Michael the Archangel Church 
A.M.E. Church
Talbott-Hyatt  Garden

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Madison, IN 47250
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Description: C:\Documents and Settings\DoP\Desktop\Rho Docs\New Folder\images\docents.jpg  HMI Docent Associates
The Historic Madison Inc. Docent Associates is a group of volunteers consisting of local men and women organized for the purpose of providing guide service at the Jeremiah Sullivan House, Dr. William Hutchings’ Office and Hospital, the Francis Costigan House, the Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum and at special events such as the Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour and Heritage Days. The Docent Associates contribute thousands of hours annually to the work of Historic Madison, Inc.
Description: C:\Documents and Settings\DoP\Desktop\Rho Docs\New Folder\images\docent1.jpg Weavers’ Guild
A guild of traditional craftspeople involved in preserving the art of early American crafts. The Weavers’ Guild produces woven articles, hand dipped candles and soap. The woven items are produced on a loom in the Sullivan House and are available for purchase at the Sullivan House. The candles are used during the Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes. The Weavers’ Guild is very instrumental in the annual Heritage Days where students participate on site to learn about early American ways of life in historic setting.

Description: C:\Documents and Settings\DoP\Desktop\Rho Docs\New Folder\images\talbott2.jpg Garden Guild
The Garden Guild contributes many hours annually to plant and maintain the appearance of the Talbott-Hyatt Garden. The garden contains many early plantings, a reconstructed well, and carriage house. The Garden is open from dawn to dusk year round.

 

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