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  • Collection: Annie Mitchell History Room Photo Files

New Books, 1958 at Visalia Public Library, Visalia, Calif.

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A teenage patron examines a newly shelved book in March, 1958 at the Visalia Public Library in Visalia, CA.

Tipton Lindsay Grammar School, Visalia, Calif.

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Postcard. This is the Tipton Lindsay Grammar School in Visalia, CA. It served students in the early parts of the 1900s.

Tipton-Lindsay School, Visalia, Calif.

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Tipton-Lindsey School, located on Locust St. between Oak and School streets in Visalia, CA, was the third school to be erected on the site.

Early School House, Visalia, Calif.

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This is the second school house built on grounds that later were occupied by the Tipton-Lindsey School in Visalia, CA. The first school was constructed partly of tin, according to early resident Mrs. M. J. McEwen. The location in Visalia was on…

Masonic & Odd Fellows Hall, Visalia, Calif., 1873

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Postcard: This was the Masonic and Odd Fellows Hall at the northeast corner of Church and Center streets in Visalia, CA. It was built in 1873 at a cost of roughly $30,000. From 1919 to 1926, it housed the Tulare County Free Library. Over the…

Old Giant Oak, Farmersville, Calif., 1917

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This ancient oak tree was located in Farmersville, Tulare County, CA. Shown in this 1917 photo are Mrs. Lillian Cuda Jobe and Roy Nichols. The tree blew down July 3, 1925.

Giant Oak, Farmersville, Calif., 1903

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This oak tree, located in Farmersville, Tulare County, CA, measured 33 feet in circumference. It was known as the "Giant Oak."

Giant Oak, Farmersville, Calif., 1903

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This oak tree, located in Farmersville, Tulare County, CA, measured 33 feet in circumference. It was known as the "Giant Oak."