Paula Lloyd’s Ask Me column answers reader history questions. Details here on the auditorium built atop the San Joaquin Light and Power building in downtown Fresno, local high school football and women’s golf club.
Paula Lloyd’s Ask Me column answers reader questions twice a month. In the Aug. 26, 2018 Fresno Bee print edition: Burger Chef restaurant; who organized the fledgling Fig Garden Fire Protection District.
Paula Lloyd’s Ask Me column answers reader questions twice a month. In the Aug. 12, 2018 Fresno Bee print edition: Yosemite Brewing Co., pioneering Woodward family and more about a 1960s-era political protest.
In the June 24, 2018 edition of Paula Lloyd’s biweekly Ask Me column we look back at a 1969 student protest in Fresno, CA, hear about a young girl’s moment of fame in Merced, CA, with President Harry S. Truman and learn more about Camp Sierra.
In this week’s Ask Me column we dig up the history of an underground house – but not the famed Forestiere Underground Gardens – uncover the history of two older Fresno neighborhoods and learn more about the Guarantee building’s famous giant G.
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