This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: 1938
Another fisherman passes through Seal Beach on his way to his boat.
Young Dick Nelson experiences an eventful 4th of July. Continue reading
Time to say goodbye to the roller coaster and the Jewel City Cafe. Continue reading
A double tragedy narrowly averted on 17th Street by the intrepid Mrs. Eckberg! Continue reading
On this date in 1938, this ad in the Santa Ana Register offer two choice places for dining, dancing and entertainment, Vivian Laird’s South Seas and Vivian Laird’s Garden of Allah in Seal Beach. In spite of there being WOMEN CHEFS … Continue reading