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Dover’s Johnson Victrola Museum Will Reopen

And the Band Played on: Dover’s Johnson Victrola Museum Will Again Share its Musical Treasures For Immediate ReleaseFriday, May 6, 2011Christopher Portante(302) 739-4111 Governor Markell and the Department of State Announce the Johnson Victrola Museum’s Reopening This Saturday, May 7th (DOVER, DE) – Beginning on May 7, the Johnson Victrola Museum in Dover will reopen […]

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Commemoration of the Civil War Anniversary

Delaware Begins Official Commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War For Immediate ReleaseFriday, April 15, 2011Christopher Portante(302) 739-4111 (DOVER, DE) – Governor Jack Markell issued a proclamation this week beginning Delaware’s official commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War. The special observance, which began with students from St. John’s […]

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Arts & Culture

We strive to bring the arts and culture of Delaware to all people through a variety of venues and media for the purposes of education, enjoyment and economic development, leveraging relationships with other organizations throughout the state.   Focus Areas – business– history– protection– community– veterans     Divisions that Encourage the Arts    

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History

We preserve Delaware’s heritage and showcase the history of our state through active historic preservation efforts, engaging educational programs, and stimulating exhibits that help people connect with those aspects of our past that have made this state what it is today.   Divisions that Preserve History      

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