Greetings from Lewes
Title:
Greetings from Lewes
Lewes Delaware (DE), Linen PM 1953 May-19


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused



Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome PM 1960 Aug-2

Description:
The first church was built in 1721 and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt. James Drew, of the Treasure Stoop who drowned when the ship floundere off in 1798.


Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused



Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused


Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the first Dutch Settlement in Delaware in 1631. It is a replica of the ancient Town Hall in Hoorn, Holland.



S. S. Delaware
Title:
S. S. Delaware
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome

Description:
The Flagship Delaware plying between Lewes, Delaware and Cape May, New Jersey (connecting with Garden State Parkway) is 376 feet long. Carries 1200 passengers and 124. Meals are served aboard. The ferry crosses Delaware Bay for a distance of 16 miles and operated by Delaware River Bay Authority.


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused



Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the first Dutch Settlement in Delaware in 1631. It is a replica of the ancient Town Hall in Hoorn, Holland Colourpicture


Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
A replica of the Town Hall at Hoorn, Holland was built by the State of Delaware in 1931 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the settlement by the Dutch in Delaware. Its museum and library is open to the public Dexter



Bethel Methodist Church
Title:
Bethel Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Linen unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co


Saint Peteres Church, 1691
Title:
Saint Peteres Church, 1691
Lewes Delaware (DE), Linen unused

Description:
St. Peters Protestant Episcopal Church and Cemetery. The first church was built in 1721, present building in 1854. Old graves in churchyard include tomb of Captain James Drew, of the treasure sloop DeBraak, who drowned when the ship foundered in 1789 off Cape Henlopen Curt Teich & Co



Intercoastal Waterway and Yacht Basin
Title:
Intercoastal Waterway and Yacht Basin
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Park overlooking the intercoastal waterway and yacht basin at Lewes, Delaware, which was founded in 1631 by Dutch colonists. Lewes was bombarded by the British during the War of 1812. Shell marks can be seen on building just a short distance from this spot


Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The first church was built in 1721, and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt. James Drew, who drowned when the Treasure Sloop, De-Braak, floundered off Cape Henlopen in 1798



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome PM 1981 Dec-14


Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The first church was built in 1721, and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt. James Drew, who drowned when the Treasure Sloop, De-Brook, floundered off Cape Henlopen in 1798.



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused


Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The first church was built in 1721, and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt. James Drew, who drowned when the Treasure Sloop, De-Braak, floundered off Cape Henlopen in 1798.



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused


Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The first church was built in 1721, and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt James Drew, of the Treasure Sloop De Braak, who drowned when the ship floundered off Cape Henlopen in 1798.



The Zwaanendael Museum
Title:
The Zwaanendael Museum
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Built by the State of Delaware in 1931 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the settlement made here by the Dutch. The fa├žade of this building is copied from the ancient Town Hall at Hoorn, Holland, where the settlers sailed from in 1631.


Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the first Dutch Settlement in Delaware in 1631. It is a replica of the ancient Town Hall in Hoorn, Holland.



Lewes
Title:
Lewes
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected by the state of Delaware to commemorate the settlement, on this spot of the first Dutch Colony under De Vries. A. D. 1631. Here was the cradling of a state That Delaware exists as a separate commonwealth is due to this colony. Monument commemorating the settlement on this spot of the first Dutch colony, under De Vries in 1631 at Lewes, Delaware.


Bethel Methodist Church
Title:
Bethel Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Linen



Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Title:
Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The first church was built in 1721, and the present building in 1854. Old graves in the churchyard are of historical interest and include the tomb of Capt. James Drew, who drowned when the Treasure Sloop, De-Braak, floundered off Cape hen open in 1798.


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused



View of Lewes Canal and Anglers Association
Title:
View of Lewes Canal and Anglers Association
Lewes Delaware (DE), Linen unused

Description:
A fleet of over 100 cabin cruisers takes fishing enthusiasts from Lewes to one of the greatest fishing grounds along the coast. Each craft services parties of five and six persons at a general price of $15 per party, with bait and line furnished. The yacht basin is an excellent haven of refuge for small craft visiting Lewes


Lewes Beach
Title:
Lewes Beach
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
Famous for fishing and crabbing, has a fine broad beach just inside the breakwater



Lewes- Rehoboth Canal
Title:
Lewes- Rehoboth Canal
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome

Description:
This beautiful canal forms a link in the Inland Waterway from New York to Florida. This is the stream the Dutch colonists sailed when settling Lewes in 1631


Beach Activities are popular at Ft. Miles Recreation Area
Title:
Beach Activities are popular at Ft. Miles Recreation Area
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused



Zwaanendael House
Title:
Zwaanendael House
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
A replica of the Town hall at horn, Holland, was built by the State of Delaware in 1931 to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the settlement by the Dutch in Delaware. Its Museum and Library is open to the public.


Aerial Of Lewes
Title:
Aerial Of Lewes
Lewes Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
A popular resort famous for fishing and crabbing, with a fine broad beach just inside the breakwater.





Total: 32 Items