Found in the Delaware Public Archives is this old print looking north on Union Street, across the Broadkill River. What is notable is the tall structure in the background: the old steeple of the Milton M. P. Church before it was taken down in January of 1906, to be replaced shortly after that with a bell tower. This dates the photograph to 1905 at the very latest, and probably several years earlier. Note the dwelling right on the Broadkill River, where a parking lot sits today. This is the first photograph I have found showing the old steeple, although it does appear in some old drawings and paintings, in the background.