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“Let’s Talk Clovis” – First City of Clovis Marshall, 1912-1914, Jacob Calvin Horschman

By Peg Bos | Clovis Museum Portions of this article are based on a letter written by Luella and Donald Horschman sharing the life of...

“Let’s Talk Clovis” – Dee Douglas, Clovis Wagon Master

By Peg Bos | Clovis Museum Dee Douglas (born 1922) continues to achieve personal and professional goals that inspire and challenge all who know her....

“Let’s Talk Clovis” The Mayo and Redford Families

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Charles Mayo was born on September 11, 1849 in Waterville, Maine. Waterville, located on the Kennebec River, was a terminus...

“Let’s Talk Clovis” – July 4th, 1982, The Clovis Way

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum We are reviewing Clovis’ Independence Day Celebration, which was held at the Clovis High football field in 1982. The joint...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Ike Herrera, 1925-2016, Man of honor, dedication and service

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum It was “cotton season” in Mendota (November 18, 1925) when Demetrio and Maria Herrera welcomed their son Ike (birthed in...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Lewis Willis Gibson, President 1912 Clovis Board of Trustees

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Lewis Wills Gibson, 1857-1937, became our first President of the Board of Trustees (City Council) when Clovis incorporated in 1912....

Let’s Talk Clovis: Remembering 1936-2006 reunions

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum The ninth Clovis High all school reunion will be held on June 3, 4, and 5, 2016. The activities will...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Clovis Union High School, 1915

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum The following story is based on the 1915 “Manual and course of study of Clovis Union High School.” The opening...

Let’s talk Clovis: “You can’t see the town for the people” Prose by William...

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum We continue to quote the article (prose) composed by William W. Wamsley that was printed by the Clovis Independent in...

Let’s Talk Clovis: “You can’t see the town for the people” Prose by William...

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum William W. Wamsley (Grandfather of Dwayne Wamsley) arrived here in the early 1910’s. He was noted for his talent to...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The 1896 Clovis Hotel and McCord’s Hall

  By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum   The arrival of the San Joaquin Valley railroad in 1891 and the Fresno Flume and Irrigation in 1893 created jobs...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The first 50 years of Clovis

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum The Clovis Chamber of Commerce, Clovis City and a citizen committee published “The History of Clovis, 50 years of progress”...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Clovis Men at the 1924 First State Bank Robbery

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum We have written a melodrama about the 1924 Clovis historic bank robbery. Tomas Griffin (The Owl) and his moll Catherine...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Sweethearts of Clovis

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum We have selected a few sweethearts of Clovis to review their courting, marriage and accomplishments that contributed to our rich...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Cattle, water and Colonies

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum When mining for gold became too laborious and unprofitable in the early 1850’s, pioneers turned to the vast open range...

“Let’s Talk Clovis” 1975 Clovis Citizens’ Hall of Fame

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum In 1975 Russell Mazzei was the publisher of the Clovis Independent and Tribune. Mazzei initiated the first Clovis Hall of...

Let’s Talk Clovis: 1870 & 1880 Christmas at Academy

We share two Academy Christmas stories as remembered by sisters Jane Cole Estill, Harriet Cole Blasingame and Emma Cole Heiskell. Their parents, William T....

Let’s Talk Clovis: May Case, 1873-1967, Clovis Pioneer Journalist

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Though small in stature, 4 feet 9 ¾ inches, 88 pounds, May Case was the most visible, informed woman in...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Major General Jon Gallinetti, US Marine Corps, Ret.

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Major General Jon Gallinetti’s life is representative of the Marine Corps motto: “Semper Fidelis” (always faithful, always loyal)....

Let’s Talk Clovis: Peter Maslolwski, 1889-1978, Part II

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum We continue the story of the Maslowski family that is based on the family history written by their daughter Helen...

Let’s talk Clovis: Rozalie (Rosie) Filgas Maslowski, 1894-1987, Part 1

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum The following article is based on the family history provided by Helen Maslowski-Holecek (daughter of Peter and Rozalie). We...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Remembering our early days

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Yokuts (Yokotch) were the Central California Native Americans who lived here 5,000 to 8,000 years prior to the 1769 arrival...

“Let’s Talk Clovis” Shelby Cox, Clovis Police Officer for 52 years

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum Clovis Police Officer Sgt. Shelby Cox has supported the public safety of Clovis for 52 years. His role model father...

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