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Nash House Museum’s 2016 Holiday Open House

Holiday Open House - Nash House Museum - Delaware County Historical Society - Delaware OhioThe Delaware County Historical Society

invites the community to
The Nash House Museum’s 2016 Holiday Open House

Sunday December 4 2016

2-5pm

157 E William St Delaware OH

The 1878 Nash House will be decorated for the holidays in traditional Victorian style. This year we will highlight past residents of the Nash House.  We will feature toys and other Christmas gifts they may have received around 1880-1900. Refreshments will be served.  Come and start your holiday season by joining us at our Holiday Open House.

About the Nash House

This brick Italianate-style house overlooking Delaware’s East William Street was built 1878 for Thomas and Mina Slattery. The home is named for William Henry Nash and his wife Emeline who purchased the home in 1885 and remained a Nash family residence for until 1954. At that time, Miss Pauline Nash presented the house to the Delaware County Historical Society.

Holiday Open House - Nash House Museum - Delaware County Historical Society - Delaware OhioThe Nash House is generally furnished in the Victorian period with donated furnishings which have a direct connection to Delaware County. The period pieces range from the late 1700s to a 1928 General Electric Refrigerator. Rooms on display include the parlor, music room, dining room, gentleman’s study, children’s room, bedroom, as well as the kitchen, which was remodeled to match the late 1930s style. The furnishings and reproduction wallpaper make this home a showplace of the elegant Victorian era.

Holiday Open House - Nash House Museum - Delaware County Historical Society - Delaware Ohio

The Holiday Display Continues

The Holiday display will continue to be open through the holiday season during normal operating hours at the Cryder Center and Nash House. Come again and enjoy experience the Victorian ambiance while you learn about life in Delaware earlier times.

Hours, Map and Directions can be found at delawareohiohistory.org

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