This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: 1917
Lure of milk bottle tames mischievous seal lion baby! Continue reading
there is a German spy among us — a German spy watching us. Continue reading
A fashion debate on what to wear while romping around on the beach. Continue reading
On this date in 1917, Seal Beach held a fish barbecue and clambake with all the trimming to celebrate Labor Day. Make no mistake, there was music, dancing, bathing, and fireworks. – Michael Dobkins