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Construction Dates of House, Barn Revealed During July Program By Susan Logan During the Society’s July 12th program “Ohio Barns: Icons of Our Agrarian Past”, Dan Troth, speaker, announced the build dates of the Meeker House and Oberlander Barn. The dates were determined by sampling the wood from the beams in the two buildings, the […]

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Daniel Troth of GreenTech Construction, who has been studying barns for more than 25 years and is the president of the nonprofit group Friends of Ohio Barns, will discuss “Ohio Barns: Icons of Our Agrarian Past” at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 10, in one of those buildings: the Garth Oberlander Barn at Garth’s Auctions at […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Click title below to view that article Society Starts Tote Bag Program For Area Schools, Teachers, Students Local Cigar Maker Riddle, Graff and Company Was Big Success In Late 1800s Stagecoaches and Taverns in Early Delaware County Marcus Curtiss, Early Settler and Tavern Owner Local Volunteers Join With […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Click title below to view that article Society Uses Grant To Identify, Preserve Archival Collections We Remember Louis Foster Where Were You When You Heard The News? [Kennedy Is Assassinated!] Trip to Spiegel Grove Annual Meeting To Be Held November 14 History of Delaware County Historical Society Society […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Click title below to view that article Society, Hayes High School Team Up for Hello Dolly DCHS, OWU Create Internship Program; Anne Frissora Is First Intern Clifton W. Wiles: Civil War Veteran and Waterworks Association Organizer Society Commemorates War Of 1812 During Flag Day Ceremony Society Seeks Farm […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Click title below to view that article DCHS, City To Remember Flood With Special Events Annual Open House Held in December Flood of 1913 Devastated City, County, and State Bridge Damage In The County Is $350,000 (reprinted from Gazette, April 2013) Stories of Heroic Actions From The Flood […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Click title below to view that article Hayes Honor Students Help ‘Make A Difference’ Repairs To Breezeway Completed Delaware’s Undefeated 1912 Team Called “Champions of Ohio” Renowned Weaver [Gabriel Rausher] Called Delaware Home Ohio Hosts Different Kind of Political Convention Special Members-Only Event Celebrates Meeker House 200th Anniversary […]

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Society, Hayes High School Launch Political Americana Project Who Is That Woman on Our Webpage? [Mabel Cratty] Cellar, Others Present History Talks in Community Second Volunteer Fair Save Save

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Nash House Upgrades Completed Brent Carson To Lead Tours of Oak Grove Cemetery Gallant Farm Preserve Opening This Summer Bygone Days, Before Freeways A Monster Parade: Delaware Rallies for Great War 2011 Annual Meeting Save Save

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Click image to view/download entire issue Articles Society Unveils New Logo, Sign Delaware’s Albright: Dakotas Pioneer, Civil War Veteran, Newspaper Editor, Texas Ranger? Society’s Book Committee Completes Work on Arcadia Book; To Be Available in Early 2012 Society Receives Large Donation from Delaware Gazette Archives Construction of Turkey Hill Convenience Store Nears Completion Society Visits […]

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