This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: 1954
An explosive lack of tragedy at the Navy’s boom boom room Continue reading
On a dark lonely night, isn’t it nice to find a Friendly Nook? Continue reading
J. H. McGaugh caps his educational career with a new modern school for Seal Beach. Continue reading
On this date in 1874, the Southern Californian reported that nine steamers had landed at Anaheim Landing so far in May. – Michael Dobkins Have you enjoyed this and other This Date in Seal Beach History posts? If so, please … Continue reading
The Kangaroo Men of Main Street hop off into history. Continue reading
There can only be one Queen of the Seal Beach Youth Center Sweetheart Hop. Continue reading
The Lakewood Park Corporation buys some acreage in Seal Beach. Continue reading
Don’t mess with Luke Purdue, owner of the Motorome Motel. Continue reading