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The Delaware County Historical Society presents Methodist Theological SchoolFounding and HistoryPresented by Benjamin Hall, Jeff Jaynes, and Diane Lobody Starting […]
As the stewards of our county’s history, we know that history is being made during these extraordinary days. We are […]
Delaware On The Map: The Beginning March 9, 2020 original post This spring, we begin a new series, “Delaware On […]
Due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Ohio, Governor DeWine has just issued a ban on community gatherings […]
The “Big Ear” was a Radio Telescope that listened for radio signals from space. The Ohio State University Radio Observatory […]
The Delaware County Historical Society presents:The History of The Columbus Zoo In 1927, the Columbus City Council voted to create […]
The Meeker Homestead Museum of the Delaware County Historical Society Over the winter recess, curator Benny Shoults has created a […]
Good Day Columbus Cam Around Town: Delaware Community Spotlight On Friday, February 28, 2020, Cameron Fontana and his crew came […]
February 21, 2020 by Glenn Battishill Fourth grade students at Woodward Elementary in Delaware conducted unusual research in the library […]
The Delaware County Historical Society announces the election of Board Members and Officers Recently two new members were welcomed to […]
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