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  • Collection: Annie Mitchell Collection

Yokohl Valley School

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Yokohl School. Yokohl School District was organized March 17, 1873. It consolidated with Exeter Auguat 20, 1920.

Mark Twain Tree As it Was Felled

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The Mark Twain Tree was cut in 1891 and sent to American Museum of Natural History in New York. The stump is near the entrance to Grant Grove.

Berry's Steam Harvester

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G. S. Berry's Steam Harvester, showing machinery,

Members of Posse and Wounded John Sontag

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After the battle at Stone Corral, John Sontag is lying in a straw pile with the posse standing behind him. Left to right is the posse and other on-lookers:
1. Visalia Samuel Stingley
2. Deputy United States Marshal and Fresno County Deputy Sheriff…

Walker & Wade Genuine Visalia Stock Saddles

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Photo from the Walker & Wade Genuine Visalia Stock Saddles

Visala No.1, 2, 3 Saddles

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Photo of a catalog page advertising No. 1, 2, and 3 Visalia Saddles.

D. E. Walker Saddle Shop

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D. E. Walker first saddle shop located on 60 Main Street.

Elias Jacob

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Elias Jacob was the first president of the Visalia Board of Trade and owned considerable property in Visalia including the Jacob Building(1876) as well as the Pioneer Store in Centerville, CA.

Berry's Steam Traction Plow

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G. S. Berry's Steam Traction plow in operation pulling five plows.

Fruit on Drying Trays, Mineral King Ranch, Visalia, Calif.

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Content Description
Fruit is dried on trays at the Mineral King Ranch, east of Visalia, CA, in the early 1920's. The ranch was near what later became Cutler Park, a Tulare County-owned park along the Saint John's River.