Are there any pictures of the house that stood at the end of California St in the 50's? (Seaside Park)

by Danny Collins
(Everett, Wash.)

Any pics of house at end of Calif. St.(Seaside Park)in 50's?

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Aug 04, 2013
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house picture
by: yvonne stine

my grand parents lived there. It was divided into apt. I have a drawing of the front area from 50"s

Mar 16, 2014
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HOUSE AT THE FOOT OF CALIFORNIA ST.
by: J. Anonymous

Sorry, no pictures, but I remember the 'now' Promenade was a two lane street going under the pier and would loop up at the Seaside Park. There were some Victorian homes on the street. I recall there being a row of eucalyptus trees behind the houses.I also recall the local armory parking some of there vehicles back behind the tree line. This was as late as 1971 or so.

Sep 18, 2014
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Wessenbacher's house
by: Bob Fondersmith

Unfortunatly I don't have any pictures but I do remember the house. I started surfing the Point in about 1956 thru 1963. In 1964 I entered the US Air Force and haven't been back. I was born and raised at 1131 Cornwall Street. The house was owned by a guy named Wessenbacher or maybe he just rented the house but that is what I knew him by and that is what we called the house. There were three of us beach bums who surfed there from 54-63- named Bob Moore and Ronnie Benner. Bob lived on Cornwall lane and Ronnie lived on Pierpont. Don't know if this helps but have some surfing stories about the place. Bob

Mar 20, 2015
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Victorian house end of California Street, Ventura
by: Ronnie

I am posting this for my husband: I am looking for pictures of this house. I am from Santa Paula and I used to surf there in the 1960s. We called it the house of the rising sun. I left for the army in 1965 but I have great memories of those days. Please post if you have any pictures or comments. Thank you.

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