A William Randolph Hearst
B William Phillip Morris C John Davison Rockefeller D James Monroe Rockefeller 3.
It had been bought in the sale by American newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst
, who planned to install it at San Simeon, his mock castle in California.
In Los Angeles, he edited and wrote for a number of major publications, including the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, a William Randolph Hearst
publication, and was editor-in-chief of several Filipino-American newspapers and magazines.
Harrison, and the roles of those like Bobby Burke, William Jennings Bryan, John Peter Altgeld, and William Randolph Hearst
in Chicago politics.
The more intriguing Trump parallel is with the much-demonized press baron William Randolph Hearst
, remembered today as the target of Orson Welles's "Citizen Kane" and as the laird of Hearst Castle, which makes Trump Tower look like the Little House on the Prairie.
It's time to wake her up," Steve Hearst -- a vice president of Hearst and a great-grandson of William Randolph Hearst
, the newspaper's founder -- told the Los Angeles Times.
Fifty film fans had the opportunity to watch Welles' 1941 groundbreaking film partly based on the late William Randolph Hearst
at the media tycoon's own private theater at Hearst Castle, a concession the magnate would probably not have made.
Of all American collectors it is perhaps the mining and media magnate, William Randolph Hearst
Lago, an author who has explored and kayaked the Grand Canyon multiple times, relates stories from its history, such as how the Apollo astronauts hiked it in preparation for exploration of the Moon, how Edwin Hubble tested it as a site for an observatory, how Roger Miller spent a summer living in a trailer there, William Randolph Hearst
's fight against the National Park Service to keep property he owned on the rim of the canyon, poets and writers like Henry Miller and Carl Sandburg who visited the canyon, the Egyptian cave myth, claims that the ancient Chinese discovered the canyon, and the story of John Hance, the canyon's first white settler.
She is perhaps best known as the architect of Hearst Castle for tycoon William Randolph Hearst
She said: "Some of the big American collectors like JP Morgan and William Randolph Hearst
would buy things in bundles, snapping up whatever was there and sending people out to bring back tons of stuff.