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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

Unknown 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

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

Edgar B. Badlam
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Edgar B. Badlam- Nov 12, 1885