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"Cora" and "Dora" are the names attached to these two redwood trees in the Sequoia National Forest in Tulare County, CA. While it would appear the photo was taken in the late 1800s, no identification of the man in the foreground or the two namesake…

This Standard Oil Company truck, parked in front of the company site in Visalia, CA, delivered "Zerolene" to customers in the early 1900s.

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This home no longer standing is an example of downtown's eclectic early architecture.

Damaged buildings and the Coca Cola sign at 17th and Chester in Bakersfield after the 1952 earthquake.

A group of pioneers holds hands in front of a giant sequoia in the high Sierras before the area was named Sequoia National Park.

Combination engine, freight-passenger car, on railway leading from Coalinga to coal mine at the back of Standard 250 Leave. Addison and Mark Fearon children standing by dog in front of car. People sitting and standing in front and back of train,…

Taken at the Moore Opera House in Porterville, CA, in 1888, this photo includes, back row left to right, Henry Ford, Henry Tragger, Clyde Tyler, and Wilko Mentz. Front row left to right are Will Kurtey, Will Putman, Jim Redd, Bob Redd, Ben…
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