This Date in Seal Beach History
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Monthly Archives: January 2019
Seal Beach founder Philip Stanton presides over a meeting of The South Coast Improvement Association. Continue reading
1914 Seal Beach kids will soon have a place to play hooky from. Continue reading
Who won the representational, decorative, and round objects first prizes in the fifth annual Mosaic Show?
There’s a movie and two cartoons playing at the Bay on this date in 1976. Continue reading
Where’s a good spot in town for bouillabaisse Marseillaise in 1975? Continue reading
A not so fond farewell to to The Butcher of The Balkans Continue reading
Seal Beach says farewell to one of its founding members. Continue reading
We’re dredging up some local history and using it to fill this post. Continue reading
We’re shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in Seal Beach! Continue reading