Nash House Museum – 1878 Home decorated with Delaware connected furnishing.
As the stewards of our county’s history, we know that history is being made during these extraordinary days. We are observing with Governor DeWine’s “Stay at Home” order, and mass gathering ban to ensure safety to our employees, volunteers, visitors, and event participants. This required: Cancellation of our programs Postponement of the opening of the […]Continue Reading...
Good Day Columbus Cam Around Town: Delaware Community Spotlight On Friday, February 28, 2020, Cameron Fontana and his crew came to Delaware Ohio to show Central Ohio some of the great things going on in Delaware County. The broadcast included three segments at Delaware County Historical Society facilities. Cam with Curator Maggie Webb at the […]Continue Reading...
On a brisk November Saturday (Nov 2nd), twenty- four student members of the Rutherford B. Hayes High School National Honor Society arrived at the Delaware County Historical Society to clean up the historical center grounds. They joined three Historical Society volunteers including Roger Koch, Ralph Au, and Susan Logan. Together the volunteers raked, gathered, and […]Continue Reading...
The Delaware County Historical Society invites you to experience a Victorian Christmas Open House at Delaware’s historic Nash House Victorian Christmas Open House Hours December 7th (Sat) 2:00 – 5:00pm 8th (Sun) 3:30pm – 5:30pm Victorian Christmas Open House Nash House Museum157 East William St – Delaware OH Click For Directions to the Nash House […]Continue Reading...
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 […]Continue Reading...
This Place Matters The Delaware County Historical Society is joining a national campaign by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, called “This Place Matters”, that encourages people to think about preservation efforts in their community. During the month of May – National Preservation Month – we are asking everyone to think about what places matter […]Continue Reading...
The Delaware County Historical Society is pleased to present a Sidewalk Display of Delaware History: Household Aids The Sandusky Street display window of The Hair Studio has been transformed into a tableau of early inventions (1800s to 1930s) designed to make housekeeping easier and more sanitary. The Society’s recent “Famous Firsts in History” program […]Continue Reading...
It was our great fortune to meet John Brake as he was photographing the historic Nash House on East Williams Street in Delaware. John has an amazing talent for using light and dark to make dramatic photographs of places that we see every day. John has a special interest in the historic places around Delaware […]Continue Reading...
The Delaware County Historical Society Invites You to attend a Classic Christmas Holiday Event! Victorian Christmas Open House Saturday December 2nd 2017 2-5pm Sunday December 3rd 4-6:30pm 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 […]Continue Reading...