This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Southern 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
The College Park real estate ads just get weirder and weirder. Continue reading
Like Gidget flipped for Moondoggie, chicks really dig this beachcomber. Continue reading
An explosive lack of tragedy at the Navy’s boom boom room Continue reading