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Boating in Delaware City :: Delaware Public Libraries

Boating in Delaware City :: Delaware Public Libraries

Collection: Caley Postcards Filename: 9015-028-000-00202.jpg State: Delaware County: Kent County City/Town: Harrington Color/BW: Color Image Type:  Publisher: Tolman Print, Brockton, Mass Stamp:  Postmark year:  Size: 5.5 x 3.5 Comments:

Collection: Caley Postcards Filename: State: Delaware County: Kent County City/Town: Harrington Color/BW: Color Image Type: Publisher: Tolman Print, Brockton, Mass Stamp: Postmark year: Size: x Comments:

July 4, 1913.  Parade in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  From the Purnell Collection at the Delaware Public Archives.

July 1913 parade in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. From the Purnell Collection at the Delaware Public Archives.

Loockermane St. Dover. Del., Outten Brothers by Delaware Public Archives, via Flickr

Collection: Caley Postcards Filename: State: Delaware County: Kent County City/Town: Dover Color/BW: Color Image Type: Publisher: Stamp: Postmark year: Size: x Comments: ca 1920

1957 Chevy

Clemente's Bus Stop, New Castle County, Delaware. From the Keilson Collection at the Delaware Public Archives.

"The Johnson" Hotel and Casino, Bowers Beach, Delaware :: Delaware Public Libraries

"The Johnson" Hotel and Casino, Bowers Beach, Delaware :: Delaware Public Libraries

1838 Map of Delaware.  From the Map collections at the Delaware Public Archives.  www.archives.delaware.gov

1838 Map of Delaware. From the Map collections at the Delaware Public Archives…

FORT DELAWARE  Delaware City  Reported to be haunted

Fort Delaware and the Delaware River: The pentagon shaped Fort Delaware stands surrounded by a moat on Pea Patch Island in the Delaware River near Delaware City, Delaware.

Joshua Heald's house at Delaware Avenue and Broom Street in 1941. Heald was president of the Wilmington City Railway Company, which in the 1860s built the trolley lines in Wilmington, including the line that ran down Delaware Avenue. The trolley lines created today's Forty Acres and Trolley Square neighborhoods. The house is still there, as is the brick apartment building next to it.

RG Delaware in World War II :: Delaware Public Archives

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