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(Photo: Old Hearst pier (built 1878) and the San Simeon waterfront, c. 1890s. Sebastian Store (established 1852, dark wood) is at center. The white Spanish-style stucco building at right center is a Hearst warehouse, still in use. The ridge in background is the future site of Hearst Castle.

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Hearst Pier, San Simeon CA. Sebastian store (center, dark wood) & Hearst warehouses and buildings on/near waterfront.

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