One of nine photographs taken after the 1888 cyclone that struck near Newport, Delaware. This photograph was numbered 300. Destroyed structures are in the background with a gentleman sitting on steps in the foreground.
Dr. Luna I. Mishoe (President of Delaware State College 1960-1987) presenting an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws to Herman Monwell Holloway (the first African American State Senator in Delaware, served the Delaware General Assembly from 1963-1994)
Standing left to right - Lions Leon Case; Daniel Stoll; Al Kish; Frank Fader: Arthur Tomhave; Mayor Wallace Johnson: Lion Doc Ceram; Sitting left to right - Old Timers; Wm Hobson; Charles Fenton; C. W. Keith; Walton Smith; Harry Grose; F. G....
This photograph shows young students on the steps of the Buttonwood School in New Castle. Front row, left to right: Teel Taylor, Jean Wright, Eloise Taylor. Back row: Sylvia Twyman, Loretta Carter, Izetta Cephas.
View of the Victory Scrap Yard at the corner of N. Market and W. 38th Street in May of 1943. Two young boys are riding bicycles in the forefront with a sign for Delaware Olds Inc., a used car dealership, in the background.