The DCHA Galleries
DCHA features two exhibit galleries.
A new exhibit entitled Delaware County History Highlights was installed in the summer of 2017. This exhibit explores some of the larger topics in the history of Delaware County including the Anti-Rent War, Railroads, Industry, Wars, Reservoirs and Tourism.
Also on display in the Main Gallery is a semi-permanent exhibit: "This Valley used to be all Farms..." A Celebration of Delaware County's Agricultural Traditions.
The Elijah Thomas Gallery hosts a variety of exhibits throughout the year.
Bob Wyer: The Photographer's Life is currently on display.
View never-before-seen images from local photojournalist Bob Wyer (1908-1982). Over the course of Wyer's career, from the late 1930s into the 1970s, he provided a host of photographic services to groups and individuals. These included evidence pictures for the police and district attorney, fires, new equipment and accidents for insurance companies, and many commissioned jobs such as family portraits, weddings, pets, licenses and documents. On display in the Elijah Thomas Gallery until September 15, 2019.
Free admission. Open Tuesday - Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
by concrete ramp. Restrooms.
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