“preserving the history for tomorrow”
In 1941, A WDBC radio station building was constructed on Sand Point in Escanaba. The radio station used the building until the mid-1950s when they moved to a new location downtown. The City of Escanaba acquired the vacant building, and in 1956 the City agreed to let the Delta County Historical Society lease it to use as a museum for the sum of one dollar a year. The Museum officially opened on May 25, 1956 and quickly filled with artifacts and heirlooms portraying the rich history of Delta County and its people. Over the past fifty-plus years, the Delta County Historical Society has collected a wide array of objects of historical significance, all from the generous donations of the citizens of our county.
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