January 31, 1906: Pilot Point?

From the San Mateo Leader

The Coastside Advocate believes that the extreme headland of ┬áPilot Point, the northern part of the crescent that gives to Halfmoon Bay its name, is the only location that should be considered for the purpose of the new life-saving station. This was the site of the old whaling station that flourished years ago, and it provides an excellent lookout. In fact, a view of the sea north and south from this promontory is best obtainable for a distance of thirty miles.”


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