It's a land in which we often impose our dreams. This notion of vastness, . . . this notion of unknown empty spaces in which you can project then all kinds of images, all kinds of dreams and aspirations onto the land.

~ Alex Sargoza, A Land Between Rivers, 2006

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Offices

The Fresno Historical Society is headquartered at the Kearney Historic Site. Our offices are located in the 1892 two-story Servants' Quarters - one of the five original structures remaining of the ranch town of M. Theo Kearney's Fruit Vale Estate.  The turn-of-the-century buildings - Kearney Mansion Museum, Servants' Quarters, Carriage House, Ice House, and Oil House are situated on the 1890s estate grounds that were at the center of M. Theo Kearney's 5,000-acre Fruit Vale Estate. 

The Servant’s Quarters’ building is located directly south of Kearney Mansion and shares a porch with the Mansion.  Come to the east side of the Servant’s Quarters. Look for the gray awning and signage that reads “Fresno City & County Historical Society”.

 

Mailing Address and Location

Fresno Historical Society
7160 West Kearney Boulevard
Fresno, CA 93706

 

Hours:

9:00AM - 5:00PM

Monday - Friday

 

Phone Number  559.441.0862      

Fax Number      559.441.1372       

Email Address   info@valleyhistory.org (For Research Requests see below)

 

Research Requests   archives@valleyhistory.org      

(Read Research Services page before emailing a request)

PLEASE NOTE: The Fresno Historical Society Archives is temporarily closed from January 27 through May 5, 2014. The Society is currently reviewing and revising the archive’s policies and organizing its collections to better serve the community’s needs.

We regret that we are unable to accept research requests during that time.

Web Sites
http://www.valleyhistory.org

Last Updated Saturday, November 29, 2014 - 12:38 AM.