Still a few more available:

Edward F. Ricketts Memorial Bronze Sculpture
by sculptor Jesse Corsaut

The Cannery Row Foundation commissioned the creation of
a signed, limited edition of 50 (fifty) one-third scale bronze sculptures
of the Ed Ricketts Memorial (also by artist Jesse Corsaut)
at Drake Avenue, Wave Avenue and Cannery Row--the site of
Ed "Doc" Ricketts 1948 collision with the Del Monte Express train.

A limited edition of only 50 (fifty) of these signed and numbered 1/3 scale bronze sculptures
have been cast by the creator of the life-size bronze monument to Ed Ricketts at his 1948
crash site with the evening Del Monte Express train. The funds raised from the placement of
these 50 bronze statues retires the cost of creating the monument. All $1,000.00 donors to the
Cannery Row Foundation receive an Ed Ricketts Memorial Sculpture and the name of the
donor cast on the perpetual bronze plaque to be attached to the monument on completion of
funding of this historic Cannery Row Foundation historic memorial project.

Supplies are limited and this offer is subject to availability of remaining bronzes.

The History Company recommends this highest level of membership and support for the
Cannery Row Foundation and its efforts to preserve the historical and literary legacies of
old Ocean View Avenue, better known to the world as "Cannery Row."

No portion of the proceeds from the placement of these bronze statues goes to The History Company.

Mail your $1,000.00 tax-deductible check to:

The Cannery Row Foundation
Administrative Offices
555 Abrego Street
Monterey, CA 93940

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