Situated along the Pacific Coast Highway, Seal Beach is the coastal portal between Los Angeles and Orange Counties. This vacation spot and largely residential community separates the City of Long Beach from the broad, open, southerly beaches of the OC Sunset, Bolsa Chica, Huntington, Newport, Laguna, and beyond. The regional fame of Anaheim Landing and Anaheim Bay preceded the founding of Bay City, which became Seal Beach after too much mail intended for Bay City found its way to the City by the Bay, San Francisco. In the early 20th century, the popular Joy Zone was a huge beachside amusement park in Seal Beach enjoyed by thousands of vacationers brought south by the Pacific Electric Red Car Line. This entertaining retrospective documents these landmarks, as well as local residents, events, Seal Beach Pier, the nearby U.S. Naval Weapons Station, and other points of interest."
Author: Laura L. Alioto Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (SC) Published: 05/01/2005 Pages: 128 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.71lbs Size: 9.22h x 6.58w x 0.34d ISBN: 9780738529806
About the Author Alioto, Laura L.: - Author Laura L. Alioto is the president of the Seal Beach Historical and Cultural Society and the editor of the society s newsletter. In this volume, she presents a fascinating collection of historic images, culled from the society s extensive archives as well as private sources, to tell the story of and pay tribute to this unique community.