Seaside Beach Resort
Seaside Inn, c. 1945. Opened by Captain Nelson and Maude Clarke in 1921.
Entrance to the sports grounds, with tennis court, croquet, clock-golf, sea-bathing and observation tower.
Sunbathers. Seaside Inn, c. 1945.
ItemSunshine Villa, present Stables. This building was originally part of a livery stable service operated by Albert Denley.
ItemBefore the Algonquin hotel allowed locals to use Katy's Cove, Seaside Inn offered a chained-off section of the beach for sea-bathing.
Item The Beach Cottage.
Item "The Nest," present Sandpiper. Tiny cabin that probably started out as an equipment shed.
Near Water Street was an observation tower, from which this photo. The present Seaside Beach Office building in the foreground with hip roof.