CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. We have many outstanding ancestors in Madison County. Stop in to see our 2011 Black History Month display! (Photo courtesy of Justina Cone, 2011 March)
Musician RAY CHARLES is a native of Greenville (Madison County), FL. Stop at Haffye Hays Park in Greenville to see the bronze statue of Ray Charles. Call the Town of Greenville's City Hall (850.948.2251) to schedule a tour of the Ray Charles Home; open by appointment. (Photo courtesy of Justina Cone, 2011 March)
There are many stories in the faces of these Madison County, FL residents. During this Black History Month, be sure to record the elders of your family and their life story. We'd love for you to share them with the Treasures Museum! (Photo by Justina Cone, 2011 March)
The Treasures Museum salutes BOY SCOUTING in America! (Photo by Justina Cone, 2011 Jan)
In the museum's window is this classic RED CROSS NURSE's uniform. (Photo by Justina Cone, 2011)
Treasured Memories and Folklore of Madison County DVD combines a collection of photographs from the Photographic Collection of the Treasures of Madison County. and spellbinding audio histories told by local residents. $15 plus shipping. You can order from our website

Treasures of Madison County, Inc.

200 SW Range Avenue, Madison, FL 32340
Phone: 850-973-3661

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