Frank Caglia Estate Auction

June 5, 2009 6:50:55 PM PDT
Some bits and pieces of Fresno's history are going on the auction block in Downtown Fresno.The Caglia family is selling off old furniture, appliances, tools, and utensils belonging to the estate of Frank Caglia.

The Fresno businessman died in 2007, at the age of 94, leaving behind decades of collectibles. Some of the largest items for sale include old coke machines, sewing machines, safes, and school desks.

Richard Caglia said, "My grandfather helped out an enormous amount of people and on top of that if it was something from Fresno whether it was outside of a building, streetlamps, or old parking meters, they're here and it's a preservation of Fresno's history."

The Frank Caglia Estate Auction begins at 10:00 a.m. Saturday June 6th. The warehouse is located at 2195 South Van Ness in Downtown Fresno.

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