April 25th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1910, according to the Santa Ana Register, the season opened in Bay City and  many people visited, wearing “warm weather clothes.” One thousand patronized the bathing and boating at Anaheim Landing. At the other end of town, “accommodations were taxed to the utmost,” and the bathhouse manager reported that all bathing suits were in use. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dyer of Anaheim arrived in their seven-passenger Cadillac, only one of the estimated three hundred “machines” that came over the new highway.

– Michael Dobkins

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