The garden at the Price-Comfort-Zebley home. The house at 1302 King Street was built in 1798 by Benjamin Price, and occupied by the Zebley family from 1830 to 1872. After 1872, the home was occupied by the Springer-Ward-Spoerl family.
Built on the Green in Dover, Delaware's state capitol, Legislative Hall was constructed in 1933 to house the House of Representatives and the Senate. Chambers and offices of the House and Senate are on the first floor; the second floor holds the Governor's suite and the Secretary of State.
Bert Paup lives in a rural area in the foothills of Welsh Mountain - he pointed out [to Frank Zebley] various springs in the area. His property contains Squash Spring, source of the Eastern Brandywine River.
Laura and Jim Beers, probably friends or acquaintances of Frank Zebley, owned a farm in Cecil County, Maryland. In 1936, the farm was purchased by William du Pont, Jr. and became part of his estate. Later, du Pont's heirs sold the land to the State of Maryland, and site is now the Fair Hill Natural Resource Management Area.
The brick house known as Buck or Carson's Tavern was frequented by General George Washington in 1774 and as President on trips from Mount Vernon in Virginia to New Castle, Delaware and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the early seats of government. Hessian General Knyphausen, attached to British General Howe's forces, stopped there in 1777. Upon the widening of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, the house was disassembled and reconstructed on a new nearby site in 1963.
Bridge dedicated as War Memorial to Delaware servicemen who lost lives in World War I; concrete bridge built in 1922 to replace a previous steel structure - Washington School #24 on left and Delaware Hospital roofline on right. The Bridge crosses the Brandywine River.