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WRIGLEY BUYS CATALINA ISLAND.
Chewing-Gum Magnate Acquires Majority Interest for a Sum Reported Over Three Millions and will Make it One of Greatest Resorts in the World. Among Present and Projected Developments at Avalon. WRIGLEY BUYS CATALINA; Millionaire Plans to Spend a Fortune in Advertising and Development.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Feb 13, 1919
Start Page: II1
Pages: 2
Section: Editorials-News-Business-Society-The Drama
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William Wrigley, Jr., the chewinggun magnate who is a winter guest at Pasadena, has purchased a majority interest in Santa Catalina Island and allied properties from the Banning family for a consideration reported to be in excess of $3,000,000, it was announced yesterday.

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