In Olden Days A Glimpse Of Stocking Was Looked On As Something Shocking…

Anaheim Landing – 1920s

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There’s not much to say about this image except that the more things change, the more they stay the same.  Put this group in modern swim fashions, and this pose would not be out-of-place on our beach this weekend.  They certainly look like they were having fun that day on the beach at Anaheim Landing. I hope the four of them had many days like this one in their lives.

The lucky gentleman with his arms around the legs of those ladies is wearing an “Anaheim Landing” shirt.  I wonder if he was renting his swim gear from a local concessionaire?

– Michael Dobkins


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1 Response to In Olden Days A Glimpse Of Stocking Was Looked On As Something Shocking…

  1. Pingback: I think that’s a picture of my Grandmother….? : What’s Up In Seal Beach

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