December 14th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1980, the Los Angeles Times ran this ad for The Old Seal Beach Inn.

 

– Michael Dobkins


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3 Responses to December 14th in Seal Beach History

  1. Lonnie Brownell says:

    So…they were at 212 5th street but also had rooms on Central? Quite the enterprise!

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    • Lonnie Brownell says:

      (does some googling) — 23 rooms, .4 acre footprint, bulldozed and turned into 6 houses. I can see those six identical (from Google Satellite view) houses stretching from 212 to Central. B&B conjures up a house with a few spare bedrooms in my mind, should’ve paid more attention to the “inn” part.

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      • Michael Dobkins says:

        Don’t feel bad — I didn’t really share much information. There’s so much more to research about the inn, but that’s another project on the list.

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