In this 1988 Fresno Bee file photo, swimmers enjoy the pool in the basement in the downtown Young Men’s Christian Association building. The pool was installed in the early 1950s and closed in 2005.
In this 1988 Fresno Bee file photo, swimmers enjoy the pool in the basement in the downtown Young Men’s Christian Association building. The pool was installed in the early 1950s and closed in 2005. Diana Baldrica Fresno Bee file
In this 1988 Fresno Bee file photo, swimmers enjoy the pool in the basement in the downtown Young Men’s Christian Association building. The pool was installed in the early 1950s and closed in 2005. Diana Baldrica Fresno Bee file

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