Delaware towns have retained much of their old fashioned charm over the years, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been a massive transformation over the last century! Take a look at how all corners of the First State looked in these historic Delaware photos from 100 years ago.

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There was one event just about half a century ago that did change Delaware’s small towns for good. The Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962 rolled in without warning and washed away our beaches, boardwalks and coastal homes. If you weathered the storm, take a look back at these photos that show mother nature at her wildest.

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