This Date in Seal Beach History
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Huge Beach Joy Zone Is Lined By Unique Seal Way Continue reading
Tiny Broadwick, silk parachutes, the scintillators and more Continue reading
A Delighful Journey Through Amusement Palaces and Cafes Continue reading
How Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Up In San Berdoo After They’ve Seen Seal Beach? Continue reading
Main Street Mondays – May 1913 Main Street in Seal Beach has been a favorite subject for photographers throughout its 95 years of history. Every Monday between now and the end of the Seal Beach Founders Celebration, we’ll be posting … Continue reading
Aerial Seal Beach – 1920s click on the image for a larger view This photo is listed as being from the twenties, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was actually taken in the early thirties. Except for a few … Continue reading
Aerial Seal Beach – 12/05/1921 click on the image for a larger view It’s less than three weeks from Christmas in 1921, and here’s a Santa Claus and reindeer view of what Seal Beach looked like 89 years ago. Be … Continue reading
Fridays on The Pier – 1915 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
Image of The Week First Pier At Bay City – May 13, 1906 We’ll be viewing various images of Seal Beach piers over the few months, but this week we’re looking at what is probably the first image of the … Continue reading