Monthly Archives: May 2009

End of May

The past couple of days were a little weird but not extraordinary. I spent a considerable amount of time in the library, reading news from a hundred and fifty years (or more) ago. I glean a few tidbits here and … Continue reading

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ding dong the bell is down

This morning, while at the county commissioner’s meeting, a call came in that the bell was on the ground. The Madison, Indiana Jefferson County courthouse bell, the one from the burned out clock/bell tower, that is, is safe.  Beautiful piece of … Continue reading

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half-a-dome-away

Many spectators turned out today to watch the dome atop the Madison, Indiana Jefferson County  Courthouse being sawed in half and the top half craned away. It’s a small town, some people sat watching the entire day. I did go … Continue reading

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more than one inference

The anagram uses text from bubbles in this small collage, from comics on the 26th of May. This collage is from the 27th. Some of it refers to research I am doing on the neighborhood and carries over to the next … Continue reading

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ghostly clues

“Ye see, William Wilberforce took some time to prove something to one of you…so we use “Little” home we built to keep. Funny, it usually matters to town history if a family stays in one house so many years. It … Continue reading

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one little clue

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bubbled conversation

“Madison ignores that the city covered up the oldest graves where the button factory was/Key West is at High Street. Aha! Now I understand why Vickie uses a new www. Unless you live in a vacuum you see the clocktower … Continue reading

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