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Inside Hearst Castle, America's favorite palace (Pictures) - Page 35

Tennis court with glass bricks - Above the Roman Pool are these two tennis courts, featuring glass bricks allowing light to flood into the pool below. After working up a sweat on the courts, guests were invited to go downstairs to refresh themselves.

Hearst Castle - Roman Pool Complex - Light flows through glass bricks from above into the Roman Pool, creating a contrast with the indoor area, including this bridge which goes up to a diving platform.

Inside Hearst Castle, America's favorite palace (Pictures) - Page 17

Hearst Castle - Roman Pool Complex - Light flows through glass bricks from above into the Roman Pool, creating a contrast with the indoor area, including this bridge which goes up to a diving platform.

The Grand Banquet at Hearst Castle. It was reported that right after the last course that Millicent, Mr Hearst's wife, stormed out of the grand mansion, slamming open the front doors in such fury that the guests even heard it, summoned her limousine, drove to the Hearst private jet hangar, and flew in a fuming fury to New York. The cause of this: She had seen her husband whisper something to Marion Davies (whom he was having a very public affair with).

Hearst Castle was the home of newspaper owner William Randolph Hearst and the magnificent mansion he had built is located on the coast of Central California halfway between Los Angeles and San Fran…

Moorish details at Hearst Castle

Moorish details on a door to one of the guest bungalows at Hearst Castle, San Simeon, California

Mrs. W.R. Hearst (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

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Inside Hearst Castle, America's favorite palace (Pictures) - Page 23 - CNET

Inside Hearst Castle, America's favorite palace (Pictures) - Page 23

Inside Hearst Castle, America's favorite palace (Pictures) - Page 23 - CNET

Photo prise devant la résidence de William Randolph Hearst (1926)  Au fond : King Vidor, Richard Barthelmess.  Centre : Edmund Goulding, Garbo, Norma Shearer.  Devant : Natalie Talmadge, Constance Talmadge, Buster Keaton, Paul Bern, Irving Thalberg.   Allongé : John Gilbert

leading–men: “Typical weekend guests at Hearst Castle. Top: Lionel Barrymore, Irene Fenwick, Dolores Costello & John Barrymore roam the grounds. Middle: William Randolph Hearst & his beloved dog,.

Black and white photograph of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies at San Simeon. Description from newyorker.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies on a San Simeon patio.

San Simeon

William Randolph Hearst once owned the world’s largest private zoo. Tour Hearst Castle, and you might see zebras and other wild animals still roaming this California castle.

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