This week’s Ask Me column looks back on the tradition of Roosevelt High School seniors walking down stairs from second-story windows to their graduation, finds the roots of the Fresno Lawn Bowls Club and recalls the Fresno Hobby and Crafts Shop.
In this week’s Ask Me, we learn about famed Fresno oil painter Alice Stukenbroeker, uncover the history of the Carriage House restaurant and hear a childhood memory of the Bicentennial American Freedom Train.
This week’s Ask Me column talks about giraffes carved in stone in the Sahara Desert, learns the history of the Al Harkins orchestra and hears more about the early days of the Central California Blood Bank.
Designed by architect Robert Hotchkin, the massive Neoclassical structure at 1615 N St. in Fresno was built in 1916 as the First Church of Christ Scientist. It is now home to the Power House Institutional Church of God, which is finishing renovati