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Marineland Historical Society

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I linked to a personally nostalgic story in the LA Times last week about the status of Marineland in sunny SoCal. The staff of the Marineland of the pacific Historical Society saw the post and sent me this link to their very cool website:

    The Marineland of the Pacific Historical Society (MOTPHS) is dedicated to the preservation and public display of items of historical value associated with the development, operation, promotion and education of the former California oceanarium. If you possess any items or know of their existence, we would be eager to talk with you. Please leave a message in our guest book, and our staff will get back with you as soon as possible.

    Thank you for your interest in Marineland of the Pacific, and for helping to preserve this part of California’s history.

You’re welcome – carry on.

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