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Trap Pond State Park – Laurel DE

Date added: July 27, 2012

“Trap Pond State Park is a 2,109 acre (8.5 km²) Delaware state park located near Laurel, Delaware. It is one of the largest surviving fragments of what was once an extensive wetland in what is now southwestern Sussex County. The state… read more

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge – Smyrna DE

Date added: July 27, 2012

“In 1937, 12,000 acres (49 km²), mostly tidal salt marsh stretching eight miles (13 km) along Delaware Bay, were purchased to establish the Bombay Hook Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. The land was purchased with duck stamp funds. On April 1, 1938, the Civilian… read more

Post Office Mural – Selbyville DE

Date added: December 5, 2011

This New Deal mural entitled “Chicken Farm” was painted by William H. Calfee in 1942. It was a winner of the Section’s 48-State mural competition.

Hall of Records – Dover DE

Date added: December 5, 2011

"The Hall of Records is a much needed addition to the group of State buildings at Dover. It contains offices for the governor and the secretary of state, the research room, the archives lobby, and a vault 19 by 24… read more

J. Ralph McIlvaine Elementary School – Magnolia DE

Date added: December 5, 2011

“The new Magnolia School replaces a four-room frame structure which had served the school district for 50 years and which was heated by stoves and lacked proper sanitary accommodations. The new building is one story in height, with provision in… read more

P. S. duPont Middle School – Wilmington DE

Date added: December 5, 2011

“This new high school stands on a 25-acre site which is provided with an athletic field, bleachers, tennis courts, basketball field, and a practice field. The building replaced an old structure which was much smaller and in which a half-time… read more

Post Office – New Castle DE

Date added: December 5, 2011

“New Castle is historically and architecturally the most important town in Delaware, so that great care had to be taken to provide a post office which would blend with the many fine old colonial buildings. The building constructed accomplishes this…. read more