Top Five “This Date in Seal Beach History” Posts Of 2017

I’ve decided to take a sabbatical from posting in 2018 to work on other projects, but before I go it might be fun to see what posts had the most traffic this year. So here’s the top five posts for 2017 (click on the title to see the full post):

#5 – August 18th in Seal Beach History

Seal Beach likes its Girl Scouts, and they have fond memories of the clubhouse going back decades and covering many generations of Seal Beach girls.

 

#4 – We Will Go To The Moon…

When Seal Beach was incorporated in 1915, no one could have imagined that the city would be part of a historic effort to land men on the moon fifty years later.

 

 

#3 – November 26th in Seal Beach History

I don’t know if it was the rags to riches aspect of this story or Ernestine Goetz’s sweetly retiring nature, but this post attracted a lot of attention.

 

#2 – September 6th in Seal Beach History

Seal Beach loves its tiki apartment building.

 

 

#1 – Powerful Photos

This was posted back in 2010, but every year since “Powerful Photos” still has more views than any other post on this blog.

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3 Responses to Top Five “This Date in Seal Beach History” Posts Of 2017

  1. Karla says:

    Thank you again for all the nice backward glances!

    Karla ~singing for my supper~

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  2. Michael Dobkins says:

    My pleasure, Karla. See you in 2019!

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  3. Evelyn says:

    Have enjoyed the Seal Beach historical background. Will miss the postings. Thank you.

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