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Lorrin "Whitey" Harrison (1913-1993)

Aloha and Welcome to this updated and comprehensive chapter on Whitey.

This chapter replaces the one written in the 1990s, which can still be found at: Lorrin 'Whitey' Harrison, California Surfing Pioneer

This LEGENDARY SURFERS chapter is split into three sections:

Related Resources

TOM BLAKE: The Journey of A Pioneer Waterman

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

We grew up with Whitey regularly dumping his fresh caught lobster on my mom's kitchen floor and having to chase them from behind the washing machine. My parents were old friends from high school with Earl and Rosie Clark (nee Harrison) and we used to vacation together. I have a signed copy of "Let's go, Let's go!" from Rosie's first book signing. I recall the barn on his Dana Point property had dozens of surfboards for us to choose when we first learned to surf at Doheny Beach, with Rosie steadying us.

September 10, 2013  

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