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Kutner, Goldstein, and Co.
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Not long after the Central Pacific Railroad came to Fresno in 1872 businesses started popping up all around the train station starting from Front Street... More

Woodward Bros. Agricultural Works
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Hollands' Grocery Store - 2
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Mr. Herschel Holland and his cousin W. B. Holland started their business in 1891 on Mariposa Street in Fresno. Originally just a grocery store, Holland's... More

Quong Shun Wo Store Decorated for New Years, 1900s
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Although the Lunar New Year celebration is the most significant holiday in China today, the Ta Chiu Festival was historically more important in southern... More

Pacific Southwest Building
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 Built with 1,200 tons of steel reinforced concrete and costed $141,000.00, the Pacific Southwest Building is the tallest building between Los Angeles... More

Rowell Building - Louis Einstein & Company (1920)
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Located in the Rowell-Chandler Building on Tulare Street and Van Ness Avenues. Noted on Photograph: "Rowell Building - Tulare & Van Ness Ave Mr... More

Reedley Saloon C.1900
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Reedley Saloon, on broadway, during the early 1900s. Local businessman Ulrich Shipe can be seen on the right.

Barton Opera House
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Built in 1889-1890 on the corner of Fresno and J(Fulton) Street by vineyardist Robert Barton $150,000.

Stage View of the Barton Opera House
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Some of the era’s celebrated actors could be seen at this theater: including Sarah Bernhardt, John and Ethel Barrymore, George M. Cohan, Douglas... More

Fresno Agricultural Works
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Located on the corner of Tulare and L Street, the Fresno Agricultural Work was built by a young Scottish blacksmith, James Porteous, in 1881.