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  • Tags: Irwin Street

Remains of Emporium Building at 7th and Irwin in Hanford

Rubble after fire that destroyed Kutner-Goldstein department store, also called Emporium. Opera House in background.

Last Meeting of Congregation of Hanford's Methodist Church at Old Building

Group on street of church with steeple. Church was on Lacey and Irwin St.

Hanford's Fox Theater Before Opening

Exterior of theater with Spanish-Style Tower.

Kutner-Goldstein Store After Completion, Hanford

Exterior of large store with group of men in front.

Hotel Manager Kate Jacobs

Seated portrait of woman who was manager of Vendome Hotel in Hanford.

Construction of 4th Story on Hanford Opera House

Scaffolding on side of 3-story masonry building as 4th floor is being added to Hanford Opera House. This wooden 4th-story burned in 1928 fire. Kutner-Goldstein department store on left and Artesia Hotel on right. Construction workers and equipment as…

Men and Decorated Wagon in Front of Artesia Hotel

Men in long coats and top hats standing by flag-decked wagon in front of Artesia Hotel on Irwin Street in Hanford. Horatio Lacey, owner of Lacey Milling, is second from left.

Lobby of Artesia Hotel

Lobby of Artesia Hotel located on the corner of Irwin and Sixth Streets in Hanford. Men seated around fountain and standing on stairs and at desk. African-American employees on balcony. Specter of man at top of stairs.

Hanford Opera House

Original three-story brick Opera House with Keller's Pharmacy on corner of Seventh and Irwin Streets.