Napolean Bonaparte & Annie Van Slyke House

510 N. Carroll St.     Built 1856-58     Madison Landmark     by Donnell & Kutzbock
Originally built for hardware dealer Samuel & Lorain Fox.
Acquired the next year by Van Slyke, then cashier of the Dane County Bank, and his second wife, Annie. He was on the original Madison city counsel (1856), assisted in the early development of the UW serving as a regent.