Historical Society event launches speakers series

Angeles Leira and Mary Coakley

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Photo by Carol Sonstein

The La Jolla Historical Society hosted a VIP reception for the architect/presenters participating in its 2011 lecture series “Contemporary Architects Making History.” The event took place Jan. 9 at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and was attended by historical society board members, guests and the speakers.

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