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  • How Bob Duncan countered the question: 'Where the hell is Fresno?'

    In a 2000 interview, former Duncan Enterprises president Bob Duncan explains why he became of the top benefactors and supporters of Fresno State athletics. Duncan died Nov. 11. He was 94. The interview is part of Fresno State's oral history of Leon S. Peters Award winners (Duncan won in 1985).

In a 2000 interview, former Duncan Enterprises president Bob Duncan explains why he became of the top benefactors and supporters of Fresno State athletics. Duncan died Nov. 11. He was 94. The interview is part of Fresno State's oral history of Leon S. Peters Award winners (Duncan won in 1985). Henry Madden Library archives
In a 2000 interview, former Duncan Enterprises president Bob Duncan explains why he became of the top benefactors and supporters of Fresno State athletics. Duncan died Nov. 11. He was 94. The interview is part of Fresno State's oral history of Leon S. Peters Award winners (Duncan won in 1985). Henry Madden Library archives

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