Formerly located on the far end of North Sandusky Street.
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My mother Mildred (main)munson was placed in this home with her brother Earle Main when they were children, my mother had to take care of the little children.
If memory serves, this was also the Sheriffs department for a long while and county lock up.
Hi, My name is Sandy. My dad Wilford Myron Gibson was here in 1928 and longer with his other sisters. what can you tell me about this place and how can I get information on it. Sandy
I am so sorry it took so long to reply to you. I was just cleaning out some old emails and found your request.
The Delaware County Historical Society is a wealth of info. I will be living in Delaware all summer. You can send them a request for info through their website. If you have any problems, email me at [email protected] and I will see what I can find. I will be unpacking and set up my place to live, but will probably be at their offices a couple of times over the summer.
I am sure you are aware that the home is no longer there. If was torn down. I remember the building well as it was down the street from my Grandparents' house. My mother took me there when I was little to take some clothes. I was born in 1950.
Thank you Vicki for responding. I hope you can still help me with some information about this children's home. Thank you, Sandy
Hi..i lived at Delwood from 1994-95..just shy of a year!!! It was a pleasant place????
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