This home of the last individual owner of most of Catalina Island, William Wrigley, Jr., on Mt. Ada (named for his wife) later became the Mt. Ada Inn. It overlooks the town of Avalon off to the right. The gate shown here was up the mountain from the Greek Amphitheatre, and the road shown here continued up the hill to the left, where another gate admitted automobiles to the garage. This image is a portion of a continuous set of images in a 34-inch-long foldout postcard. Two numbers appear on this card: D-294 and 37775. The first belongs to Curt Teich, and the second to the publisher. According to the guide maintained by the Curt Teich Postcard Archives, D-294 represents the year 1929.