Category Archives: Maymie Cowley

Walking Through The Doors Of Coastside History

(Photo: Maymie, the madam, poses in front of her longtime domain) (Photo: Michael McCracken, the “beat leader” who lived at the Abalone Factory in Princeton). In the late 1970s I first heard of the beatniks who lived in the Abalone … Continue reading

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Back to the Miramar & Maymie

A few posts back I told you how I first got into Coastside history. I was obsessed with it and had to have everything I could get my hands on. Every time I collected a new photo, fact or anecdote, … Continue reading

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Miramar Beach Inn

Earlier I wrote that it was the old Coastside buildings, lucky to still be standing and dying to talk, that got my attention. The first one that tested my curiosity was the Miramar Beach Inn and that was because it … Continue reading

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