Delaware County NY Genealogy and History Site
Bicentennial Post Card Sets
Delaware County Bicentennial, 1797-1997|
A set of three post cards (in full color) offered as part of|
Each set will be in a poly sleeve and will sell for $1.50 plus $.50 postage and handling. Cards will not be sold individually, only in sets. Cards will be the continental size (4X6), on quality stock and in color. The printing is a one-time only, limited printing. To reserve a set, please send a check payable to Village of Delhi/Historic Trust, P.O. Box 328, Delhi, N.Y. 13753 Attn Shirley Houck.
Card #3 of 3.
Private In The 144th N.Y. (144th Regiment N.Y.S. Volunteer Infantry): About 852, of the 1409 men were from the County's 18 (in 1862) Towns. Research & painting were done by Hugh Lee. Printing is authorized by the Del. Co. Chamber of Commerce - Eric Jenkusky, Board President; Ray Pucci, Executive Director.
Card #1 of 3.
Delaware County, As Erected: Mapped by Kenneth Russell Kaufman, based on research by Shirley Houck. Delhi Village Historian, this printing is authorized by Mayor Gary I. Manning and the Board of Trustees to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the erection of Delaware County from parts of the Counties of Otsego and Ulster.
Card #2 of 3.
The Gideon Frisbie Homestead: an Early View. The painting, by "Burt" Townsend, shows the public side of the House, as it may have looked. Meetings of the County's first Courts and Boards of Supervisors met here from 1797 through 1799. It is now the centerpiece of the Del. Co. Hist. Assoc.'s Museum Complex. This printing is authorized by The Delhi Town Board - David C. Anderson, Supervisor; Billie Sturdevant, Town Historian.
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