This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: California history
Mike Nelson picks the wrong week to quit spying on the Seal Beach power plant. Continue reading
Another fisherman passes through Seal Beach on his way to his boat.
It’s a sad day when a Pacific Electric ad features a bus. Continue reading
Whenever Seal Beach expanded its borders or added a new neighborhood, real estate ads were destined to soon appeared in the local newspapers. Continue reading
For those of you wondering how was the fishing at the Seal Beach pier back in early January, 1966, this post is for you. Continue reading
Master Chef Walter Wyly’s menu offerings was just a brief part of the ongoing saga of the Garden of Allah nightclub. Continue reading
Rodney takes an unexpected dip into some briny waters. Continue reading