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Lizzie Slaughter and Stella Miller
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Fresno women Lizzie Slaughter (behind the fence) and Stella Miller were captured by early Fresno Photographer R.W. Riggs inthei searly 1880s image.

Early Pioneers
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A group of Fresno's earliest pioneers, circa 1873. Back row (left to right):  Mrs. Blackman, Josie Whitney, Pete Larquier (hotel Keeper), Mrs.... More

Henry Clay Tupper Family
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The K Street (Van Ness) home of attorney Henry Clay Tupper, circa 1895.  Tupper family (left to right): Ann and Bill in cart, Helen on Mr. Tupper's... More

Fresno woman
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Unidentified Fresno woman, circa 1885. Photographer:  E.R. Higgins.

Perez Children
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Children of Emilano (Joe) and Patricia Perez:  Manuela Emiliana, Rodolfo and Pedro, as photographed by E.R. Higgins in 1885.  The family came to... More

William Bigby and friends
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Fresnan William Bigby (on Left) and two friends posed for this portrait before going overseas to war.

A.D. Barling
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A.D. Barling, assistant cashier, Fresno Loan and Savings Company - 1889

August Bering
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August Bering opened a store at what is now Pinehurst in 1875.  This place was site of J.W. Humphrey's first sawmill in 1867. Bering had worked for... More

Bertha Cherry
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Portrait of Bertha Cherry

Captain John Boling
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CAPTAIN JOHN BOLING, former Sheriff of Mariposa County, died of consumption. He was the first white man who ever saw the Yo Semite falls and valley in... More