On this date in 1913, the Guy M. Rush ran this ad in the Santa Ana Register reminding potential Seal Beach real estate buyers that a special Pacific Electric red car was leaving for Seal Beach (actually still named Bay City) the next morning at 9:30 a.m.
I have no idea what the yawning baby and “Little Seal Beachers” have to do with selecting a lot, but two bits got you a round trip and a lunch.
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