Bluestone, lumber, farming, locomotives - the history of Delaware County is the history of power. Explore the stories told here through essays, video and photographs and discover historical places on the map.
HSM is collecting photographs, letters and material about veterans, their families and local residents for an exhibit to be mounted next summer. The Delaware County Historical Association will loan its exhibit, “Delaware County in the Civil War,” and HSM will augment the show with local images and information, in observance of the War’s sesquicentennial.More
On Thursday, November 29 at 7 pm at Hanford Mills Museum, the public is invited to “Oral Histories of the Land: A Community Dialogue about our Natural Landscape,” part of the CGP Community Stories project. The evening is part of a series sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Cooperstown Graduate Program (CGP) and the New York State Historical Association.More
The Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) is currently hosting a major exhibit featuring the photography of local photojournalist Bob Wyer (1908-1982). View the slideshow of some of the images not on display, then head to DCHA to experience the full exhibit!More
Carolyn (Hickok) McPherson sent us this picture of her grandfather, William Hendry Hickok, who was a conductor on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad his entire life.More
The Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) is currently hosting a major exhibit for the fall featuring the photography of local photojournalist Bob Wyer (1908-1982). This exhibition of rarely- or never-before-seen images taken by Bob Wyer will remain on display until January 2013. Hours Monday through Friday 10am – 4pm. Free admission.