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  • In just 5 seconds a young photographer created one of Fresno's most iconic photographs

    The story behind one of the most iconic images in Fresno County history, captured by Fresno Bee photographer Carl Crawford, of the fall of the historic Fresno County Courthouse dome on April 7, 1966.

In just 5 seconds a young photographer created one of Fresno's most iconic photographs

The story behind one of the most iconic images in Fresno County history, captured by Fresno Bee photographer Carl Crawford, of the fall of the historic Fresno County Courthouse dome on April 7, 1966.
John Walker The Fresno Bee