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Query Club
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The Query Club, 1896, photographed by H.H. Alexander.  This Fresno women's study club was dedicated to the knowledge of topics of current interest and... More

Fresno Expositor Youth Baseball Team, 1889
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The Fresno Daily Evening Expositor baseball team, 1889.  Boy reclining at left is Frank Chance, who became a star player and manager of the Chicago... More

Women's Tennis
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Tennis was the first sport in Fresno city to gain the interest of women.  The first games were played at Tulare and N Street where three courts formed... More

Merry Wives Club
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The "Merry Wives Club" on a picnic with their families, 1894.

Chinese Baptist Mission, 1980s
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Chinese Baptist Mission on E street with Miss S.E. Stein and her mother. The mission was founded in 1884 by Mrs. Frances M. Potter.

Congregational Chinese Mission
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In addition to the Baptist Mission, the Congregational Church also had a Chinese Mission pictured, circa 1910. All of these pains to educate the Chinese... More

Dutch Leonard
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Hubert Benjamin “Dutch” Leonard, pictured in 1915, was nine, his family settled in Fresno, California. Dutch attended Fresno High School in... More

Fresno Cubs Baseball Team, 1914
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The Fresno Cubs, photographed at the Fink-Smith Playground, circa 1914, were the first all-black amateur baseball team in Fresno.  Front row (left to... More

Fresno Fire Department Baseball Team
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Here is the Fresno Fire Department team photographed by one of Fresno’s early photographers, Fred C. Ninnis. It was not uncommon for local police and... More

Jake Hermann Store Baseball Team
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Semiprofessional baseball was a classification more telling of individual players than of teams.  Often, semipro teams were operated by local... More