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Some Kind of Wonderful - filmed at and around San Pedro High School

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San Pedro Bay :: Wikopedia

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Two Years Before the Mast by Richard Henry Dana Jr :: This is the memoir of Dana's sea voyage as a common sailor starting in 1834. During the trip his ship anchors in San Pedro Bay. Today San Pedro's first Junior High School is named for him.

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San Pedro, Los Angeles - Wikipedia,

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An early 1920's diorama of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, showing the San Pedro side of the peninsula with the Wilmington and Los Angeles Harbor.

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A view of the opening day, August 8, 1922, of White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") resort. Visible are the saltwater swimming pool and hotel, with a crowd of people gathered on the dance floor in front of the hotel.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.The Salt water swimming pool.

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White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") fountain (center) and bath house (at left.)

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California. Remnents of the pool are still visible today.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.

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White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") two-story hotel, with Rámon Sepúlveda (b. 1854), son of José Diego Sepúlveda, on horseback next to fountain in foreground.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California ... Fall festival

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Opening day festivities August 6,1922 at the White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") with a crowd of gathered in front of the hotel. Dancing was free at the dance hall.

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This is an elevated view looking south at the White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") hotel, saltwater swimming pool and restaurant. The view is much the same today.

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White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") hotel, restaurant, and guest cabins. A group of people is launching a dory off the beach in foreground.

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White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") two-story hotel (left) and restaurant (right), with Rámon Sepúlveda (b. 1854), son of José Diego Sepúlveda, on horseback near shore in foreground.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California.

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Looking south at the White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") hotel (near) and restaurant (behind.) The rocky shoreline is visible in foreground. Located along the shore about three miles southeast of Portuguese Bend on property owned by Rámon Sepúlveda, the resort was built and operated by the Tagami family and was a popular coastal attraction during the 1920s and 1930s.

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Image shows view looking north at the White's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") hotel, restaurant, and guest cabins (far right.) The rocky shoreline is visible in foreground. The Kawashiri ranch is visible in the hills directly above the resort.

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro, California. this phot shows the hotel looking northwest from the rocky coastline. White Point is a picnic destination today.

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this isWhite's Point Hot Springs (also known as "White Point") Shown are the saltwater swimming pool and bath house. Located along the shore about three miles southeast of Portuguese Bend on property owned by Rámon Sepúlveda, the resort was built and operated by the Tagami family and was a popular coastal attraction during the 1920s and 1930s

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White's Point Hot Springs, San Pedro,California - consturction began in 1915 by Tamiji Tagami, and when completed the resort included a hotel, restaurant, rental cabins, sulfur-spring pool, saltwater pool, bathhouse, and a pier from which speedboats shuttled day-fishermen out to an off-shore fishing barge. The spa continued to operate until heavily damaged by the 1933 Long Beach earthquake.

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