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Category:Tuna Club of Avalon

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English: The Tuna Club of Avalon, California, founded in 1898 by Charles Frederick Holder, established his first club headquarters at the Hotel Metropole, Avalon. The first clubhouse, built in 1906 burned down in 1915. It was replaced in 1916 by the present two-story structure, a white New England-style building.
Tuna Club of Avalon 
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Instance of clubhouse
LocationAvalon, Los Angeles County, California
Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places (2 April 1991)
Authority control

33° 21′ 00″ N, 118° 19′ 48″ W

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