This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: 1914
Still waiting on that 25-foot cement promenade from Alamitos Bay to Anaheim Bay. Continue reading
Either the city has outlawed flying carpets, or seals are flogging real estate again. Continue reading
In which Mrs. Will Edwards recovers and may or may not be Sadie Sharp. Continue reading
The final promotion to bring San Bernardino folk to Seal Beach Continue reading
How Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Up In San Berdoo After They’ve Seen Seal Beach? Continue reading
Ever wonder what a Seal Beach real estate ad looked like over a century ago? Continue reading
Time to spruce up the Seal Beach pier with electroliers and seats Continue reading
Perhaps the most romantic name ever given to a Seal Beach tract. Then again, perhaps not. Continue reading