Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. 149 pages.
Condition: Book looks unread.
Dust Jacket: Light shelf wear.
Contents: Originally once part of the vast Spanish Rancho San Joaquin, Corona del Mar now embraces one of the most beautiful areas of the California coastline. Follow the stories of the early residents as they relate the early days of the first ferry to Corona del Mar, the naming of the flower streets, and the remarkable films of Cecil B. Demille and D.W. Griffith shot here. See the unpublished photographs of special events such as the Surfing Championships hosted by Duke Kahanamoku, the opening of the Port Theater, and the building of the Goldenrod footbridge. Illustrated with color and black-and-white photographs. Indexed.