Rowell Building Fresno California

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Title

Rowell Building Fresno California

Subject

Rowell, Chester, 1844-1912.; Rowell Building (Fresno, Calif.) -- Photographs.; Historic builings -- California -- Fresno County -- Photographs.; Office buildings -- California -- Fresno County -- Photographs.; Fresno (Calif.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Photographs.; Fresno (Calif.) -- History -- Sources.

Description

The earliest major office building still standing in Fresno. Named after Fresno Mayor Chester Rowell and built at the site of his small home. Constructed in 1912 at the southeastern corner of K (now Van Ness) and Tulare streets. This six story structure at 2100 Tulare Street was designed by the architect Edward Foulkes in the Classic Revival style.

Source

1 photographic print (postcard) :b&w ;9 x 14 cm.

Publisher

San Joaquin Valley Library System

Date

ca 1920

Contributor

Fresno County Public Library

Rights

This image is being made available for educational and research purposes only, under the "fair use" clause of the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) Further questions regarding the image or its use may be directed to the Fresno County Public Library, Heritage Center, 2420 Mariposa St, Fresno, CA 93721. Phone: 559-600-6230 HeritageCenter@fresnolibrary.org

Relation

SJV Photo Heritage

Format

image/jpeg

Language

en

Type

Image

Identifier

frp0085

Coverage

ca 1920

Files

frp0085a.jpg

Citation

“Rowell Building Fresno California,” San Joaquin Valley Library System Digital Collections, accessed February 24, 2024, http://digital.sjvls.org/document/1735.

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