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  • Tags: Historic buildings -- California -- Tulare County.

Mother and son (D. H. Rowland) stand in front of the J. S. Rowland home at 237 W. Acequia in Visalia, CA. Three Rowland sisters were born in the house.

The Swanson log cabin was built by John Swanson in the late 1850's, east of Visalia, CA, on the south side of what now is Highway 198.

The Harrell Building, on the southeast corner of Main and Court streets in Visalia, CA, was built by Jasper Harrell in 1889 at a cost of $35,000. Left to right are A. J. Harrell and Jasper Harrell. Shown at right is the terminus of the Tulare and…

Postcard: There are no known photos of Tulare County, CA's, first and second courthouses, the latter of which was built in 1858. This photo shows the third courthouse, built in 1877 at a cost of $59,700. It was constructed based upon drawings of…

This adobe cabin, occupied by Native Americans, was located at T.21S.,R.28 E., M.D.B. & M., about 3.5 miles east of the city of Porterville, Tulare County, CA. This tract was informally established in 1856 as an Indian Reservation, and was acquired…

Eva Evans McCullough seated on steps of house built by Chris Evans and his twin brother Tom in 1875. Located at "Redwood Ranch," the cabin was being used as a Sequoia National Park Ranger Station as of 1936. This informaiton was provided by Eva,…
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