Madison County Courthouse (NRIS 80001114)

Address: Courthouse Sq., Danielsville, Georgia. County/parish: Madison.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places September 18, 1980.

Part of Georgia County Courthouses TR (NRIS 64000130).

From Wikipedia:

Madison County Courthouse (Danielsville, Georgia)

The Madison County Courthouse in Danielsville, Georgia is a historic courthouse built in 1901. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

It has a cruciform plan, similar to that of the Twiggs County Courthouse (1902-04) and of the Clayton County Courthouse. It was designed by architect J.W. Golucke.

It has painted brickwork and rests on a stone foundation. The building's brickwork is laid in American bond. It has a pyramidally capped tower on its front facade.

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  • Golucke, J. W., and Co.
  • Wagener, Fred

Architectural styles:

  • Romanesque

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