A New Way to Explore and Celebrate Local HistoryView all of our videos → The Ethel Sterling Williams History Learning Center, also known as the Hunt House for its previous owner, this vernacular style bungalow was built in 1908 and represents a quintessential farmhouse of the period. It is located in the Old School Square Historic Arts District. The history of the house is the history of Delray Beach. Located on the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum campus in the West Settlers Historic District. It is former home of the late Solomon D. Spady, the most prominent African American educator and community leader in Delray Beach from 1922 to 1957. This historic cottage is located on the campus of Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, in the West Settlers Historic District. It was built in the early 1900’s and named after an iconic and important resident of Delray Beach. Built in 1902, this historic house located in the Old School Square Historic Arts District, is the story of Delray Beach settlement. Carver High School was the last legally segregated school in Delray Beach. The history of Carver is an essential story in the history of Florida’s school system.The Delray Beach Historical Society is seeking additional sponsorships for this very special program. If you are interested, please call 561.274.9578.