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  • A downtown landmark: the Fresno Republican Printery building

    Built in 1919, the Fresno Republican Printery was designed to accommodate the job printing division of the Fresno Morning Republican newspaper. In recent years, it was reborn as The Downtown Club, and later The Republican restaurant. The building is now for sale.

Built in 1919, the Fresno Republican Printery was designed to accommodate the job printing division of the Fresno Morning Republican newspaper. In recent years, it was reborn as The Downtown Club, and later The Republican restaurant. The building is now for sale. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Built in 1919, the Fresno Republican Printery was designed to accommodate the job printing division of the Fresno Morning Republican newspaper. In recent years, it was reborn as The Downtown Club, and later The Republican restaurant. The building is now for sale. John Walker The Fresno Bee

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