The “Song of Fresno County” written by Charles L. Palmer for Fresno County’s centennial celebrations in 1956 was recorded on a 45 rpm record. The lyrics were included in a book about the centennial.
The “Song of Fresno County” written by Charles L. Palmer for Fresno County’s centennial celebrations in 1956 was recorded on a 45 rpm record. The lyrics were included in a book about the centennial. Illustration by John Alvin
The “Song of Fresno County” written by Charles L. Palmer for Fresno County’s centennial celebrations in 1956 was recorded on a 45 rpm record. The lyrics were included in a book about the centennial. Illustration by John Alvin

Do you remember singing the Fresno County centennial song?

December 10, 2016 02:00 PM

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