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NOAA Photo Library Image - line4022

Ramona's home at Camulos Ranch. Ramona was made famous by Helen Hunt Jackson who wrote the famous novel "Ramona" about the ill-treatment of native Americans. Helen Hunt Jackson was first married to Edward Bissell Hunt, an Army officer who was a protege of Alexander Dallas Bache, 2nd Superintendent of the Coast Survey. In: "California of the South" by W. Lindley and J.P. Widney. 1896.

Image ID: line4022, NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Location: California, Los Angeles area

Category: Historic Coastline/

High Resolution Photo Available

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