This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: 1948
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On this date in 1948, the Long Beach Independent ran a human interest story under the attention-grabbing headline of “Free Blood Keeps Her Alive.” The story was about 52 year-old Seal Beach widow Mrs. Arilla Phillips of 1305 Electric Avenue. … Continue reading
Matchbook Cover for Mamie’s – 1948-1951 Today’s post answers the musical question, “what do The Beatles, the Memphis Belle B-17 Flying Fortress, and Clancy’s Saloon have in common?” click on the image for a larger view Since last Friday, we’ve … Continue reading