When looking back at how things have changed from our cloths, televisions and automobiles we sometimes forget about the simple smaller things. No I’m not talking about cell phones getting smaller I’m talking about toys. The toys we had or
Middletown Historical Society museum offers a glimpse into the lives of those who have served our country. The museum is open every Friday for those of you who would like to see the “Middletown Goes to War” exhibit, no charge.
The “Olde-Tyme Peach Festival” is well known in the area of Middletown and some of the surrounding towns. It only comes along once a year but luckily the Middletown Historical Society has an exhibit up on the second floor available
Taking a glimpse into the history of classrooms and school work can be interesting, exciting and educational all at once. The building that the Middletown Historical Society is housed in happens to be the “Middletown Academy” building. In 1826 the
Many of us have heard of the Masterpiece Theater hit show “Downton Abbey” and if you’re like me you can’t wait until the next season begins. For those of you in the Delaware area you might not be aware of
I’ve shared some photos and information about the importance of our local historical societies and mentioned MHS (Middletown Historical Society) briefly. I thought I would shine a brighter light on what can be found at MHS here in