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This San Joaquin Valley Sugar Company plant was located in Visalia, CA, on East Avenue about one mile south of the city in 1914. The plant was built in 1906. Carl D. Adams, who married Christy Bradley, was superintendent from 1912 to 1919, when the…

Senior Class photo for the school year of 1913-1914.

Modern Woodsmen of the World ceremony on Decoration Day 1906. They are standing around the headstone of Orsen J. Casteet who died May 18, 1898.

A portrait of three men. William Wells, Clinton T. Brown, William W. Brown

Members of the public library board and the architect are inspecting the progress of the new library being built on Tulare and F Street. Left to Right Kenneth Kuney, Elizabeth LaCell, George Peterson, Paul Harris, Harry Richmond, Cecil Wolfe-Jones.

This 1920s photo was taken looking south at the corner of North L St. and Fresno St. in Dinuba, CA. At left is the Strand Theatre. The building at the right housed, on the main floor, Lushbaugh and Byers Ford dealership (later became Alta…

The was the new Stutz fire truck acquired by the Dinuba, CA, volunteer fire department #2 in the 1930s. (Photo courtesy of Joanne Andrews)

Jesse W. Bledsoe, operator of a second hand store in Dinuba, CA, was the proud owner and driver of this brass-era roadster, in January, 1913. (Photo courtesy of Joanne Andrews)

This was the First National Bank at the corner of W. Tulare and L Streets in Dinuba, CA, built in 1910. The two white columns in front later were moved to the entrance to Smith Mountain Cemetery (Alta Cemetery District). (Photo courtesy of Joanne…

Dinuba Market, in the early 1900s, was owned and operated by W. H. Elam, shown here at left. At the right is butcher P. E. Stocks. The little girls are not identified. The market, located on South L Street "across from Medler's," later was…
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