Exhibition - Delaware: One State, Many Stories

Media Release: Delaware Historical Society Grand Opening

Photo IDs and credits

300,000 Peach trees advertisement 1865, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Big August Quarterly, Wilmington, 1939 Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Chief William Russel Clark, Chief of the Nanticoke Indians of Indian River ca. mid 1920s, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Massey girls on the beach ca. 1920s, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Motley family, March on Washington 1963, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Railcar and exterior of Jackson Sharp Delaware Car Works, Wilmington. Undated. Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Rehoboth Beach ca. 1920s, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Stoeckles Brewery workers, Wilmington ca. late 19th early 20th century, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society

Tuskegee airman ca. 1940s, photo by Littleton Mitchell, Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society
 

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