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By William J. Toman, October 13, 2010
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Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — John M. Olin 1851 - 1924
A trust fund established by Mr. Olin President of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association from 1894 to 1910, made possible the construction of architectural features in this garden — Map (db m36964) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — Olin Terrace
Olin Terrace honors the memory of John Myers Olin (1851-1924). Mr. Olin was a U.W. law professor and the president of, and driving force behind, the original Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association. He was an energetic fundraiser and for his . . . — Map (db m37038) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — Olin-Turville Park
This park is named in honor of John Olin (1851-1924) for the instrumental role he played in the purchase of this 28-acre site in 1910. An additional 65 acres was donated to the city, in 1980 by the Turville Point Association. Between 1854 and 1910 . . . — Map (db m35404) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — 340 — Yahara River Parkway
In January 1903, the leader of Madison's park development and President of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association, John M. Olin, presented a grand development plan for the Yahara River to city leaders. The plan called for deepening, . . . — Map (db m32644) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — 49 — Brittingham Boat House Ferry & Clas 1910 —
The construction of this public boat house represents the spirit of municipal improvement that infused this city at the turn of the century. The parkland and its model facilities were created through the generosity of lumberman Thomas E. Brittingham . . . — Map (db m32456) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — Madison Park & Pleasure Drive Association
During the 19th Century, Willow Creek marked the western edge of the University of Wisconsin campus and the end of University Drive. In 1892, at the suggestion of Prof. Edward T. Owen, a committee of public-spirited citizens constructed a "pleasure . . . — Map (db m41345) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — John M. Olin 1851 - 1924
A trust fund established by Mr. Olin President of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association from 1894 to 1910, made possible the purchase of this burr oak grove. — Map (db m41680) HM

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