With the demolition of the old Greyhound Bus depot to make way for High Speed Rail station project, a hallowed ground of sorts has been laid bare. It is the spot where James Faber, in April of 1872, put up a tent to make a primitive general store so he could sell goods to Central Pacific rail workers. Fresno Bee photographer John Walker tells Faber’s story. John Walker The Fresno Bee
With the demolition of the old Greyhound Bus depot to make way for High Speed Rail station project, a hallowed ground of sorts has been laid bare. It is the spot where James Faber, in April of 1872, put up a tent to make a primitive general store so he could sell goods to Central Pacific rail workers. Fresno Bee photographer John Walker tells Faber’s story. John Walker The Fresno Bee

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April 15, 2017 2:00 PM

Fresno’s hallowed ground of history exposed, rekindling memory of first resident

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