La Jolla Historical Society says, Thank you to sculptor Ruth Hayward

Local sculptor Ruth Hayward (center) donated a bust she created of La Jolla philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps to the Historical Society’s capital campaign in a small ceremony at Wisteria Cottage on Sept. 15. Pictured with the fired-clay sculpture are (from left) Historical Society executive director John Bolthouse, campaign co-chairs Melesse Traylor and Ann Zahner, and Doug Dawson, executive director of the Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation and a member of the Historical Society board of directors. Photo Rudy Vaca

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