The La Jolla Historical Society will be hosting an event centered around the rich history of La Jolla on Thursday, August 20, featuring photographs and silent films from the late 1800’s and 1900’s. Take a step back in history while you enjoy wine and appetizers at this unique event!
La Jolla is one of the most beautifully preserved areas of San Diego, due in large part to early history advocates like Ellen Browning Scripps and more currently, the La Jolla Historical Society. With every bit of history comes an interesting story, however, and these four are no exceptions – a lost doll, a community named after a mythical green beast, and a cottage that looks like Noah’s fabled Ark are all elements of La Jolla’s whimsical narrative. Continue reading