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to effectively preserve, maintain, retrieve and store government records in an archival environment while supporting a records management program. This program will ensure the proper preservation of the county records under the laws of Ohio, within a conservative budget framework for the taxpayers.

 

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2079 U.S. Hwy 23 N,
PO Box 8006
Delaware, Ohio 43015

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Throwback Thursday...This was the scene on the west side of South Sandusky Street, close to the corner of South Sandusky Street and Spring Street in the early 1970's.
The image shows Benton Furniture (40-42 South Sandusky St) and Wilson's Hook n' Hanger (44 South Sandusky St).
(DCHS collection/George Cryder photographer)
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Throwback Thursday...This was the scene on the west side of South Sandusky Street, close to the corner of South Sandusky Street and Spring Street in the early 1970s.
The image shows Benton Furniture (40-42 South Sandusky St) and Wilsons Hook n Hanger (44 South Sandusky St).
(DCHS collection/George Cryder photographer)

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We bought a coffee table from them and I still have it. Hard rock maple with a bottom shelf near the floor and the kids slid under it and wrote their names, Sort of, making it so I can never get rid of it. LOL. Furniture built to last. 51 years.

I don’t think it was there when I lived in Delaware

Next to Bus Station! I believe it is Olivias location next to Bentons?

Jeff Benton

Benton & Wilson’s Hook n Hanger

I worked there(benton's) in 1973 doing deliveries.we also were neighbors.They are good people for sure.They had some cool bulldogs.

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Timeline PhotosJack William Nicklaus was born in Columbus, Ohio on this day in 1940.

This photo shows Nicklaus receiving his green jacket at the 1986 Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia. This was Nicklaus' sixth Masters win. Nicklaus amassed an amazing array of achievements in his career, including 20 major championship wins and 100 professional victories worldwide. He holds the record for Masters wins (6), and shares the record for PGA championships (5) and U.S. Open titles (4). Nicknamed the "Golden Bear," Nicklaus was known on the course for his intense focus, powerful drives and uncommon sportsmanship. He later became a renowned golf course designer.

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