The Hawk For peace

Photo by Pamela Palma. Posted August 2013.
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"Hawk for Peace" was a gift of the artist in memory of his brother-in-law, Kenneth Aurand Hayes, Class of 1916

It first was installed on the lawn facing South Hall, near the Campanile, in 1969 and then moved to the Bancroft Avenue entrance to the museum when it opened in 1970. Originally titled "Boeing," the piece was renamed ""The Hawk," and, finally, "The Hawk for Peace."

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On Bancroft Ave. between Bowditch St. and College Ave., Berkeley, CA

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