Looking for a way to preserve important documents, photos and videos for future generations? On Saturday, October 1 at 10:30 a.m., the Delaware Public Archives will present a program discussing how to preserve photographs, documents, and digital memories. You will leave this program with the knowledge needed to care for and preserve your irreplaceable memories. […]
A Dover Tour of the Delaware Public Archives On Monday, May 2, at 6:00 p.m., the Delaware Public Archives will offer a special evening program titled “A Dover Tour of the Delaware Public Archives.” While featuring all the traditional components of a “behind the scenes” tour of the facility, this visit will include documents, maps, […]
To celebrate Archives Month, we’ll be sharing some of our recent accessions. Check back each Friday for a new post. Connor Graham, processing archivist Vera Gilbride Davis was a prominent figure in Delaware politics for more than forty years. She was called the “Grande Dame of Delaware Politics” and was known for achieving a number […]
A recently-accessioned Caesar Rodney School Handbook gives a glimpse into what student life was like in 1938.
To celebrate Archives Month, we’ll be sharing some of our recent accessions. Check back each Friday for a new post. Mary Hanes, processing archivist Have you ever wanted to tour the state of Delaware without the hassle of driving around for hours? If so, visit the archives and view the recently acquired collection of […]
September is National Preparedness Month, a perfect time to create an emergency plan for your family and for your genealogy research.
The Delaware Public Archives provides access to some of its most accessed photograph collections online through the Delaware Heritage Collection.
When it comes to family history, those books, papers and photographs we all keep stored away do more than just record the past — they connect us with our loved ones and ancestors, and often tell us as much about our present and future as they do about our history. Join the Delaware Public Archives […]
Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin in 1809. His son died in a mansion 117 years later. In those years, the country endured a series of dramatic changes which forever altered the course of American history. However, no family paid a more dramatic price. On Saturday, October 4, at 10:30 a.m., historian Daniel […]