This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Coast Highway
Choice places for dining and dancing and entertainment Continue reading
Hal Ross launches a “Derby Show” Between Hathaway Dr. & Coast Hwy Continue reading
Where are you going to get real clam chowder in Seal Beach? Continue reading
On this date in 1927, two men were rushed to the Seaside Hospital in Long Beach. Robert I. Gilchrist, 54, of Sunset Beach and David Carlson, 37, of Seal Beach were struck by a car as they crossed the highway. … Continue reading
safe bathing for mankind, especially the women and little children Continue reading
Raymond Jasper & His 5 Counts of Rhythm at the Garden of Allah! Continue reading
Seal Beach founder Philip Stanton presides over a meeting of The South Coast Improvement Association. 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