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Judge Jeremiah Sullivan House, 304 West Second Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN



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B&W Photos

HB463556
South Front

HB463557
East View

HB463558
East Gallery

HB463559
Entrance Detail

HB463560
General View Of South (front) Elevation

HB463561
Angle View Of House From East

HB463562
General View Front Doorway And Elevation

HB463563
General View Of West Side

HB463564
General View Of East Side

HB463565
Detail Front Doorway

HB463566
Detail Wooden Design Of Front Doorway

HB463567
View Stair And Hall, First Floor

HB463568
General View, South Room First Floor From West

HB463569
View Of Central Room, First Floor

HB463570
View Dining Room From South, First Floor

HB463571
View Cellar Kitchen


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Item Title


Location
304 West Second Street, Madison, IN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS IN-9
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-9).
Building/structure dates: 1818 initial construction
Significance: Jeremiah Sullivan was born in Rockingham County, Va. in 1794. ... In 1818, he erected a residence in Madison, Indiana, which is still standing, in good condition, and known as the Sullivan Home. While a member of the Indiana Legislature, he suggested the name "Indianapolis" for the new State Capital. At first, the suggestion met with ridicule, but after much discussion was adopted. He was a member of the early Indiana Supreme Court, consisting of three Justices, Blackford, Dewey and Sullivan. He was a graduate of William and Mary College of Williamsburg, Virginia.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. South front. Photo by H. M. Flora. Date unknown.
2. East view. March 1934. Photo by Wilson B. Parker.
3. East gallery. 1934. Parker.
4. Entrance detail. March 1934. Parker.
5. General view of south (front) elevation. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
6. Angle view of house from east. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
7. General view front doorway and elevation. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
8. General view of west side. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
9. General view of east side. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
10. Detail front doorway. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
11. Detail wooden design of front doorway. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
12. View stair and hall, first floor. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
13. General view, south room first floor from west. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
14. View of central room, first floor. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
15. View dining room from south, first floor. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.
16. View cellar kitchen. Jack Boucher, photographer. Sept. 1971.


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