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HALE FELLOW WELL MET —€“ Former bronc rider Larry Cameron shows off his national champion shorthorn bull at the Cow Palace in 1955. He bought ranching property in what became Cameron Park. Mountain Democrat file photo

KITCHEN TABLE SALES GUYS — Daniel Wildman, left, and John Pearson check out the golf course view from the deck of the Cameron Park Country Club. Wildman had a successful career in the 1960s and 1970s selling Cameron Park lots using Pearson'€™s "€œkitchen table"€ sales techniques. Cameron Park Life photo by Pat Dollins
IT'€™S A WONDERFUL LIFE in Cameron Park. A typical American family frolics on the Cameron Park Golf Course in this Life Magazaine ad from the 1960s. Courtesy of Daniel Wildman
HALE FELLOW WELL MET —€“ Former bronc rider Larry Cameron shows off his national champion shorthorn bull at the Cow Palace in 1955. He bought ranching property in what became Cameron Park. Mountain Democrat file photo
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS — Former fashion model Ruth Cameron poses with champion boxers Max Baer, left and Jack Dempsey at the grand opening of the Cameron Park Royal Country Club in 1963. Photo courtesy of the Cameron Park Country Club

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