University of Mary Washington Then & Now

A Photography Exhibition

Madison Hall was completed in 1935 and is named for Dolly Payne Madison, wife of James Madison.1 It is one of three buildings that collectively comprise the Tri-Unit, along with Ball and Custis Halls. Centrally located, Madison is a co-ed, upper-class residence that houses 41 students and is home to the Gender Neutral Housing Community. 2

Madison Hall, 2014

Madison Hall 2014
Alexandria Parrish, "Madison Hall," March 21, 2014, Personal Collection of Alexandria Parrish, University of Mary Washington.

Show 2 footnotes

  1. William B. Crawley Jr., University of Mary Washington: A Centennial History, 1908-2008 (Fredericksburg: University of Mary Washington Foundation, 2008), page 33.
  2. University of Mary Washington Residence Life, “Madison Hall,” University of Mary Washington, (Accessed April 15, 2014).