This Date in Seal Beach History
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This one has it all: music, dance, sex, marriage, and speeches by officials! Continue reading
safe bathing for mankind, especially the women and little children Continue reading
An orphaned seal loses its shot at hanging out with the babes in Anaheim. Continue reading
A fashion debate on what to wear while romping around on the beach. Continue reading
How Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Up In San Berdoo After They’ve Seen Seal 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
Fridays on The Pier – 1920 The Seal Beach pier has been a favorite subject for photographers throughout its 95 years of history. Every Friday between now and the end of the Seal Beach Founders Celebration, we’ll be posting an … Continue reading
Aerial Seal Beach – 1936 and 1947 We’re doing things a little different in today’s aerial photos. Instead of presenting just one aerial photo, we’d like to highlight the contrast between two similar shots taken eleven years apart. This is … Continue reading
Anaheim Landing – 1920s click on the image for a larger view There’s not much to say about this image except that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Put this group in modern swim fashions, and … Continue reading