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This torch of freedom gratefully dedicated to the veterans of all wars
Edwards GymnasiumThe gym was dedicated February 22, 1906. It is named in memory of OWU Trustee John Edwards whose initial gift made its construction possible. At the time of its completion it was considered the largest and finest basketball facili…
The old city hall opened in 1882. Its clock tower rose to a height of 92ft. The first floor housed administrative offices, the police department, the jail, and the fire department. A 1,050 seat auditorium known as the Opera House graced the second…
In 1850, this eighty acre tract known as the Kilbourne farm was purchased for use as a cemetery. The "Old Burial Grounds," located where Ohio Wesleyan's Selby Stadium now stands, had deteriorated and most of those remains were removed to Oak Grove…
University Hall was completed in 1893. It is constructed of Amherst Sandstone. The bell tower rises to a height of 148 feet. The structure houses administrative offices, classrooms, and the legendary Gray Chapel. Among the celebrities who have app…
Athlete, Teacher, Coach, Lawyer, HumanitarianDistinguished Alumnus of Ohio Wesleyanand loyal member ofDelta Tau Delta fraternity. Dedicated byhis brothers of Mu Chapter ofDelta Tau Delta fraternityOctober 23, 1976
In MemoriamThis rock and these three flowering crab trees are placed here in loving memory of three Ohio Wesleyan University students, who died in an auto accident while attending a conference on Russian studies at Oberlin College on September 23,…
Delaware County: Anti-Slavery StrongholdA unique combintation of strong-principled religous communities, free black settlements, and tightly knit extended families fostered a wide-spread attitude of willful defiance that made Delaware one of Ohio'…
Dedicated in memory of the former Mayor and Council Member who loyally served the citizens of Delaware from 1920 - 1948.
The Gooding House and TavernKnown as the "Halfway House," the Gooding House and Tavern was built by George B. Gooding halfway between the towns of Worthington and Delaware in 1827. Its location was influenced by construction of the Columbus and Sa…