Avalon, Catalina Island, June 26, 1936


The bay, harbor, and city of Avalon on Catalina Island with the iconic Catalina Casino

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Avalon, Catalina Island, June 26, 1936

One of California’s Channel Islands, Catalina Island was originally inhabited by people of the Gabrielino/Tongva tribe. By 1936, controlling interest in the Catalina Island Company was held by the Wrigley family, having been acquired by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr. in 1919. The round Catalina Casino was built by Wrigley in 1929 to encourage tourism. The Chicago Cubs, also owned by Wrigley, used the island for Spring Training form 1921 to 1951. To this day, Catalina remains a major destination stop for Cruise Ships and tourists who enjoy the Mediterranean climate and Southern California’s pristine landscape.

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