Want to find out what was happening in Seal Beach this week in years gone by? Here’s a list of links to posts covering this week’s dates in Seal Beach history.
News about Lieutenant Junior Grade Paul Swigart Jr., jet fighter pilot and son of the Glide’er Inn co-owner.
Pacific Electric and the power plant are popular subjects. Today’s post intersects with both at Ocean Avenue & First Street.
Just another typical sad and sordid Seal Beach story about crime and an off-campus coed dormitory.
This date’s post grapples with the musical question, “What’s the most expensive feature of a College Park home?”
Call the Seal Beach police, there’s danger at 225 17th Street in 1938.
Starting with the last week’s Seal Beach Lions meeting, back to rum running in the Twenties, and then all the way back to the very beginning, alcohol has been a crucial part of Seal Beach history.
Let’s all try to be mindful of the Dow of Chemicals on this date.
New “This Date in Seal Beach History” posts will return in 2019.
– Michael Dobkins