July 27th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1919, the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce held what was referred to in the newspapers as the First Annual Water Carnival.

Seal Beach is still waiting for its second annual Water Carnival.

– Michael Dobkins


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2 Responses to July 27th in Seal Beach History

  1. Lonnie Brownell says:

    Trick surf board riding! We need pictures!

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    • Michael Dobkins says:

      If only they existed. Somewhere moldering in landfill or forgotten in a box in someone’s attic, I want to believe there are photos for most of these posts.

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