History/Tourism

Society, City Celebrate Legacy of Delaware Native EWB Curry

6 Oct , 2019  

The Delaware County Historical Society is joining the City of Delaware in commemorating the life of a native son.

On October 9, the City will unveil two honorary street signs which will commemorate the life and work of Elmer Washington Bryant Curry (1871-1930), who was the first African American teacher in Delaware and founder of the Curry Institute. More…

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History/Tourism

President Hayes Receives Posthumous Honor

15 Feb , 2019  

Delaware County native son and US President Rutherford B. Hayes has received an honor some 126 years after his death.

This week, the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board (CSRAB) and the Capitol Square Foundation announced the recipients of the 2019 “Great Ohioan Award.” The 2019 honorees were presented by the Capitol Square Foundation and unanimously approved by the CSRAB at the Board’s first meeting of 2019. More…

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