This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Philip Stanton
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
Bay City’s season launches, and Stanton rests before the campaign. Continue reading
Seal Beach founder Philip Stanton presides over a meeting of The South Coast Improvement Association. Continue reading
We’re dredging up some local history and using it to fill this post. Continue reading
On this date in 1945, Phillip A. Stanton, founder of Seal Beach and Huntington Beach, died at the age of 77. – Michael Dobkins
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