Throwback Thursday brought to you courtesy of the Fresno Historical Society and the new Fresno County Historical Museum! This photo is from all the way back to 1891 of local Fresno Firemen in their uniforms. This is just one of the many photos that will be on display in the Museum along with some incredible historical artifacts. It’s set to open by opening day of the #2015BFF! #Museum #Fresno
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Historic, abandoned Hotel Fresno on track for apartment building renovation
The abandoned Hotel Fresno, located at 1241 Broadway Plaza in downtown Fresno CA, is expected to be renovated and turned into apartment rentals. The building sits on the National Register of Historic Places.
6 Can't-Miss Coffee Shops in Fresno · Cassie's Compass
Fresno holds its own when it comes to unique and flavorful coffee spots. Here are 6 of the best coffee shops in Fresno according to a local.
Madera Public Schools, Madera, California. Images taken 1909-1911 by George Besaw of Reedley, California. Public schools were originally designed to be magnificent structures - a testament to the value of education. Unfortunately, California earthquakes and safety standards forced the demolition of most of California's early schools.…
15 Best Things to Do in Clovis (CA) - The Crazy Tourist
The city of Clovis is located in Fresno County in the great state of California. Known as the ‘Gateway to the Sierras’, Clovis sits at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and is close to Yosemite National Park as well as Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. As such, many residents of Clovis love nothing more than exploring the great outdoors in the form of the parks, lakes, and mountains that are just outside the city, but if you come here for a visit there are also a wide range…
How to See California's Fresno Blossom Trail
Get all the tips you need to see the Fresno Blossom Trail in the fruit orchards around Fresno, California.
Fresno Traction Company Historical Marker
During the year 1903, streetcars began to rattle along the city streets from the San Joaquin River through the fig garden area to downtown Fresno and east along Huntington Boulevard to Sunnyside. (A historical marker located in Fresno in Fresno County, California.)