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  1. 30/11/2021 · William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) launched his career by taking charge of his father’s struggling newspaper the San Francisco Examiner in 1887. By the 1930s,

  2. Hearst was from a wealthy, powerful family; her grandfather was the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. The SLA’s plan worked and worked well: the kidnapping stunned the country and made ...

  3. bigthink.com › life › california-zebras-hearst-castleWhy California has wild zebras

    31/07/2022 · Newspaperman William Randolph Hearst first brought zebras to California for his private zoo. When his zoo fell into disuse during the Great Depression, the zebras managed to escape and wander into ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lydia_HearstLydia Hearst - Wikipedia

    Lydia Marie Hearst-Shaw (born September 19, 1984) is an American fashion model, actress, socialite, heiress, and lifestyle blogger. She is a great-granddaughter of newspaper publisher and politician William Randolph Hearst and a daughter of the author and actress Patty Hearst .

  5. 14/11/2014 · William Randolph Hearst is best known for publishing the largest chain of American newspapers in the late 19th century, and particularly for sensational "yellow journalism." (1863–1951) Person

  6. www.imdb.com › name › nm1935905Lydia Hearst - IMDb

    Lydia Hearst, Actress: Z Nation. Actress and supermodel Lydia Hearst is the great-granddaughter of publishing scion William Randolph Hearst. She resides in Los Angeles and New York City, working full-time in both film and fashion. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Lydia has also spent much time living in London and Paris. As a child she spent time on the set of John Waters' films ...

  7. Board the Hearst Castle bus at the Visitor Center to start your 5-mile ascent to the top of the Enchanted Hill—a journey narrated by Alex Trebek of Jeopardy! After you’ve finished touring, board the bus to head back to the Visitor Center, and experience a new route home, including the vestiges of the “bear pits” that were built for Hearst’s renowned private Zoo .