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Zane Grey Pueblo Hotel
Santa Catalina Island

Zane Grey, the reknown Western author lived here and wrote many of his books while on the island. His "pueblo" is now a hotel. Zane Grey was also an avid sports fisher. The Tuna Club, the world's first sports fishing club, can be seen below, jutting out over the water of Avalon harbor.

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