Clovis Historical Blanket
Wrap yourself in the history of Clovis with this beautiful 4′ x 6′ blanket.
The blanket is 6 feet by 4 feet, not including a 4-inch fringe all around, with a pale to medium blue background; the “Clovis Gateway to the Sierras” sign, which currently spans Clovis Avenue between 4th Street and 5th Street, is depicted across the top margin; the remaining images, from left to right, top to bottom, are Clovis Cole, with the caption “Clovis M. Cole Wheat King of the U.S.”; “Tarpey Depot 1892”; “Flume from Shaver Lake to Clovis”; green and red street banners depicting antique street lamps, captioned “Old Town Clovis”; in the center, our museum is depicted with the caption “Clovis Museum –First State Bank Building 1912”; Pair of Soldiers statues -from the Clovis Memorial Building at Cole and 5th street, honoring our fallen citizens; logo of the Clovis Rodeo Association –Last weekend in April; the historical “Clovis High School -1920”; logo of the City of Clovis. The bottom edge is emblazoned “Clovis, California -U.S.A.” with the American flag in each bottom corner. Overall, the blanket is very impressive, not only in looks but, in its ability to capture the essence of Clovis history.