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Filing away history Once a librarian at Willis Intermediate School in Delaware, Shirley Newell now volunteers at the Delaware County Historical Society’s Research Library, which is located in the Cryder Historical Center at 157 E. William St. Newell said she does a little of everything, but some of her fellow volunteers said she’s the local […]

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The Delaware County Historical Society announces our first program of 2019American Indian Relations in the 21st   Century January 17th Thursday Starting at 7pm William St. U.M. Church Delaware Presented by: Stacey Halfmoon, Director of American Indian Relations, Ohio History Connection Karen Hildebrand will introduce the speaker and announce a new school program “Early Settlers and […]

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2018 Fall Delaware County Historian Article Index (Click title to view that article) Society Helps to Start Delaware County History Network Directors Column:A Year of Accomplishments “Ghost Signs “Haunting” Downtown Delaware New Preservation Committee Starts Work Preservation Stories Gooding Tavern: Another Example of Preservation Area Millstones Added to Larger Study Society Holds Annual Meeting Upcoming […]

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The Delaware County Historical Society is pleased to present a Sidewalk Display of Delaware History:  1960s Christmas The Sandusky Street display window of The Hair Studio presents artifacts, photographs and articles from Christmas in Delaware County during the 1960s. Highlighted by the aluminum tree complete with color wheel, the exhibit includes lots of toys from […]

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DCHS History Challenge Concluded The Delaware County Historical Society wants to thank all those who accepted The DCHS History Challenge.  It was a fun way to make more people in the community aware of all the societies activities: Free programs Historical Museums Online presence: websites, facebook, and more Year long participation in Community Events like […]

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The Delaware County Historical Society Invites You to attend a Victorian Christmas Open House Saturday December 1st 2018 2-5pm Sunday December 2nd 2:00-5:30pm Nash House Museum 157 East William St – Delaware OH This event is open to the public and is a Free Event! Victorian Christmas Open House Come wander through a 19th Century […]

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The Delaware County Historical Society is pleased to present a Veteran’s Day Tribute Sidewalk Display of Delaware History:  Remembering World War I The Sandusky Street display window of The Hair Studio presents artifacts, photographs and articles from  the Delaware County’s Soldiers and Families in World War I. Come view the window display with family or […]

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The Delaware County Historical Society is pleased to announce that the Board of Elections office is now decorated with an exhibit of panels with images and information about Delaware County History. Chris Shaw, Director of the Delaware County Records Center, invited the Delaware County Historical Society to install a display illuminating some aspects of Delaware […]

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The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Delaware County Historical Society Tuesday, November 13th will be held at The Barn at Stratford Doors will open at 6:30pm, the meeting will be called to order at 7:00pm. The Annual Meeting will include: Welcome Summary Review of the Society’s Activities for the year Report on Society Finances Recognition […]

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Spanish Flu Epidemic - History Program - Delaware County Historical Society - Delaware Ohio

The Delaware County Historical Society presents The Spanish Flu Epidemic and Early 20th Century Medicine in Delawareby Alice Frazier and Steve Shaw  Wednesday, October 10 at 7pm in The Barn at Stratford The Spanish flu Epidemic of 1918, 100 years ago, the spread around the world and over an 18-month period: Infected an estimated 500 […]

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