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State College Fresno California
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1930
Publication Information
Fresno County Library
Contributing Institution
San Joaquin Valley Library System
Photographs Selected from the Collections of the San Joaquin Valley Library System Member Libraries
Rights Information
This image is being made available for educational and research purposes only, under the “fair use” clause of the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 § 107 U.S.C.) Further questions regarding the image or its use may be directed to the California History and Genealogy Room, Fresno County Public Library, 2420 Mariposa St., Fresno, CA 93721-2285; (559) 488-3195, press #3, then #5.
Picture shows the campus of Fresno State College located on an extension of Van Ness Avenue. The college was moved to this location in September 1913 as Fresno State Normal School, which in 1921 was renamed Fresno State Teachers' College. The name was changed again in 1935, to Fresno State College, and in 1972 the school became California State University, Fresno. Constructed of red brick in the Spanish architectural style.
1 Photographic print (postcard) :b&w ;9 x 14 cm.
California State University, Fresno Photographs
School buildings--California--Fresno County--20th century--Photographs
Colleges and Universities--California--Fresno County--Photographs
Historic buildings--California--Fresno County--Photographs
Fresno (Calif.)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Photographs

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