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Historic preservation loses champion

Eldon du Pont Homsey remembered for many years of service.




Historical and Cultural Affairs newsletter

Historical and Cultural Affairs, the newsletter of the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, is a digest of history- and preservation-related articles, calendar of events and related press coverage. Distilled from content published in the division’s blog, social media, webpage and press releases, the newsletter is designed to stimulate public interest in the division’s […]




Two additional Delaware properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places

The Florence and Isaac Budovitch House, and the Newark Union Church and Cemetery, are both located in New Castle County north of Wilmington.




Parker’s Dairy Palace listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Vintage 1950s-era ice cream stand still dishing up soft serve.




PUBLIC NOTICE: Proposed amendments to the regulations governing the Delaware Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program

The deadline for submission of comments is Oct. 31, 2019.




State Historic Preservation Office announces Delaware’s newest listings in the National Register of Historic Places

New listings include the Downtown Harrington Historic District, the Richard Allen School and the Taylor’s Bridge School.




Historic preservation symposium addresses timely issues

Event explored disaster preparedness and issues regarding elevating historic properties in flood-prone areas, as well as strategies for writing successful nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.




Historic preservation symposium to take place on June 26, 2019

Sessions will explore disaster preparedness, issues regarding elevating historic properties in flood-prone areas and National Register nominations.




Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation meeting to take place on April 17, 2019

Meeting will include review of the amended nomination of Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places.




Indian River Life Saving Station

In 1872 Congress established the Life-Saving Service, and the plans for the structure were drawn two years later by the federal government. The station at Indian River was not the only building to be constructed under the plan; four stations were in operation by 1882. Originally the station was located beyond the dunes on the […]





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