The Aerie Ballroom in Centralia, Washington:

Museum of the North Beach at Moclips Washington

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PIHA - Paranormal Investigations of Historic America
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
12 pages Saddle-stitched
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The Moclips-by-the-Sea Historical Society was formed in 2001 to insure the preservation of the fascinating history of the North Beach for today and generations to come. Displays at our museum include: Quinault Indian basket weavers from Taholah, the M.R. Smith Lumber Mill and the NPRY depot in Moclips, the Aloha Lumber Company in Aloha, the Naval Facility at Pacific Beach, the cabins of Dorothy Anderson and Norah & Sarge Berg of Ocean City, the railroad house at Copalis Crossing, the Finnish settlers of Oyehut, the beginnings of Ocean Shores including Ginny Simms and Pat Boone, and the transportation methods used along the beach from Pt. Brown to Taholah.

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