Tag Archives: Endangered Sites

Preservation Consultant Mary Ruffin Hanbury Comes To Delaware For Hockessin School 107C

Friends of Hockessin School 107C met on May 8th to hear the observations of Mary Ruffin Hanbury, a preservation consultant from Raleigh, North Carolina.  Shown here touring the site with architect Leonard Sophrin, a member of the Friends group, the … Continue reading

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Hockessin School 107C Update

According to the article on the front page of this morning’s News Journal, there is good news to report for Hockessin School 107C. The construction debt has been paid and the building is no longer in jeopardy of public auction. … Continue reading

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Champions of Hockessin School #107C Need Our Support!

“Place” has the power to tell important stories.  Some places, and the history they reflect, are too important to lose; at least without a fight.  Hockessin School #107C is such a place because of its connection to the U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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Elisha Dickerson Home

The home was lived in until two years ago and has quickly fallen into disrepair. The house is a two story structure with a small root cellar. It is a cedar shingled home with asphalt roofing shingles over cedar shingles. … Continue reading

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New Preservation Delaware Website Launched!

We would like to announce the launch of our new Preservation Delaware website. We’ll be constantly upgrading and adding new features to it, so please check back often. If you live in Delaware and know of any Endangered Sites, please … Continue reading

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