The Charlotte L. Evarts Memorial Archives


Looking to learn more about the town of Madison? We've collected and digitized just about everything you need to know, from Hilda's Restaurant to the Griswold Airport on New Road.

Looking to Research?

Our part-tiime staff and volunteers provide references, retrieval and copy services for individuals and organizations. The Archives also provide educational programs for schools and civic organizations. Exhibits highlighting portions of the collection.

Gifts or Bequests

Gifts or bequests of old documents, records, photographs, manuscripts, letters, diaries or other materials help the Archives expand the scope and depth of our collection.

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Financial support is essential to providing services like our newsletter, exhibits, photocopying and storage/display materials.

Madison, Connecticut​

Madison, Connecticut is a town of 18,000 residents located on the shore of Long Island Sound, a 20 minute drive east of New Haven. Located off I-95, it is easily accessible. Its area of 37 square miles is comprised of sandy beaches, lowland areas and hills in the northern part of town. Incorporated as a separate town in 1826, it was originally part of the Town of Guilford.

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Digital Madison - Historic Images of Madison

Digital Madison is a series of photo galleries illustrating changes in Madison that began in the late19th century and the early to middle 20th century. The images have been selected to address issues related to planning, growth and development and historic preservation.

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