This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Philip Stanton
The finger of destiny points to Ocean Avenue and First Street Continue reading
Remember founding father Stanton on the anniversary of his finale Continue reading
Most daring aviator known finishes his first Seal Beach engagement Continue reading
A Seal Beach founding father, a Pacific Electric red car, and sabotage! Continue reading
Joe Boquel, Seal Beach aviation attraction and doomed daredevil. Continue reading
Administration building is a beautiful structure. Continue reading
Best Lighted Beach On the Southern California Coast! Continue reading
safe bathing for mankind, especially the women and little children Continue reading
Two fine still water bays! A mile of magnificent ocean frontage! Continue reading