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It is the mission of the Delaware County Records Center

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.

 

Contact

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

Phone
(740) 833-2140

Hours

Monday – Friday

8am – 4:30pm

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Timeline Tuesday. This 1956-1959 timeline below shows a glimpse of the events happening during the end of the 1950s in Delaware. Many thanks to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware County Historical Society, and City of Delaware for the Our Shared History information. ... See MoreSee Less

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1974...Senior's Cindy Parker and Tami Ruggles operate the school mimeograph machine. According to Google, a mimeograph machine is a low cost duplicating machine.
(Source: Delaware Gazette & DCHS collection)
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Timeline PhotosSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on September 18, and this week she became the first woman to lie in repose in the United States Capitol.

In 1973, long before she became a household name, Ruth Bader Ginsburg testified on behalf of the Equal Rights Amendment in the Ohio Senate. Then a professor at Columbia Law School, Justice Ginsburg was brought in by proponents of the Amendment to offer her expert testimony.

When asked if discriminations against women could be fought by the passage of local and national laws, rather than a constitutional amendment, Ginsburg stated, “Only those who have failed to learn the lessons of the past would accept that counsel.”

Ohio ratified the Equal Rights Amendment on February 7, 1974.
(Photo: Columbia Law School)
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