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Historical Morro Bay

Spooner History - by Joyce Cory

Pictures, postcards, memorabilia, historical information, and stories from earlier days in Morro Bay

Point Piedras Blancas, an Images of America book by Arcadia Publishing, co-authored by Carole Adams and John Boqacki.

Early Post Cards and Memorabilia 

Natural History Museum (has many exhibits related to the history of Morro Bay)

The best book on the history of Morro Bay (back in print 2001) is  Morro Bay's Yesterdays by Dorothy L, Gates and Jane H. Bailey  (Used copies can still be found.  The Morro Bay Library has several copies.  For sale at local book stores (Try the Coalesce Book Store, 845 Main Street, Morro Bay, California, 805-772-2880) and the Natural History Museum.  Ask around) morro-bays-yesterdays-gates-bailey-bookcover.jpg (70256 bytes)


Issued in 2006, "Morro Bay (Images of America)" by Roger Castle and Gary Ream of The Historical Society of Morro Bay, is a very welcome addition to the limited printed information available about the history Morro Bay, CA, a California central coast treasure.  This is a must-have volume for local residents and others interested in Morro Bay history, along with the earlier classic 1982  "Morro Bay's yesterdays: Vignettes of our city's lives & times" by Dorothy Gates and Jane Bailey.  Both books provide extensive historical photos not available elsewhere.