The Delaware County Historical Society has a new look — and more. The colorful sign that unveiled Oct. 18 at the 157 E. William St. home of the Cryder Historical Center and Nash House Museum represents a historical society that is undergoing significant changes. The most public of these changes, at least so far, is […]Continue Reading...
Where We Live | The Lucy Depp neighborhood: Living black history By Mark Ferenchik, The Columbus Dispatch If you drive along Dublin Road past Shawnee Hills in Delaware County, you’ll probably zoom past a sign that reads: “Lucy Depp Park, EST. 1926 by Robert Goode.” Of course, there’s a story behind the sign, one deeper […]Continue Reading...
Aging landmarks reveal old Delaware Jul 24, 2010 The haunting snapshots of abandoned classrooms and rotting stairwells mask a rich history. And the cracking paint and broken glass hint at a vibrant past. It’s not often that dilapidation invites art, but photographer Adam Lefevre decided to capture the golden years of five Delaware County buildings […]Continue Reading...
One of Ohio’s oldest and most beautiful barns is passed by each day by more than 50,000 cars and trucks as they motor north and south along State Route 23, just south of Delaware. A large sign that hangs on the barn’s bankside reads simply: GARTH’S. If they happen to glance to the East, they […]Continue Reading...