In 1917, Herman Brammer and his son, Will, decided to expand their shoe store and build that three-story, brick building that still stands on the n
War fever swept Madera in the spring and summer of 1917.
Forty years ago, toward the end of August, the Madera City Council took up the issue of “girlie” magazines at the behest of Councilman John Wells.
“Everyone is entitled to their own opinions but not their own facts.”
— Former Sen. Patrick Moynihan
Although the little country school on Avenue 7 stands empty today, there is some talk that children will once again fill its rooms and playground.