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Finding Aid to the Gladys M. Graham Collection MS.530
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Box 1

Scope and contents

(1) 47 pencil sketches of all the California missions, some several views. copied from The King's Highway published by Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles de Porciuncula (2) Sketchmap of Arizona Missions (by Art Myattway) (3) San Xavier del Bac Mission, Arizona (sketch from photo) (4) Guadalupe Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico (sketch) (5) Pecos Mission, New Mexico (sketch) (6) The Plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico (sketch) (7) Taos Pueblo, New Mexico (sketch) (8) Laguna Mission, New Mexico (sketch) (9) Purisima Conception de Acuna, Texas (sketch) (10) San Juan Capistrano Church, Texas (sketch) (11) San Antonio de Valero Mission (The Alamo) Texas (sketch) (12) Jamiltepec's Church, Mexico (sketch) (13) Aguilta's White Church, Mexico (sketch)
 

Box 2

Scope and contents

Scrapbooks of Missions with newspaper clippings, photos and postcards of each. Clippings date 1935-1937
(14) San Carlos Borromeo (founded June 3, 1770) (15) San Antonio de Padua ( July 14, 1771) (16) San Gabriel Archangel (September 8, 1771) (17) San Luis Obispo (September 1, 1.772) (18) San Juan Capistrano (1776) (19) San Juan Capistrano (20) San Francisco de Asis (October 9, 1776; also known as "Mission Dolores") (21) Santa Clara de Asis (January 2, 1777) (22) San Buenaventura (March 31, 1782) (23_ Santa Barbara (December 4, 1786) (24) Santa Barbara (25) Santa Barbara (26) Santa Barbara (27) Purisima Concepcion (December 8, 1787) (28) Santa Cruz (August 28, 17?) (29) Nuestra Senora de la Soledad (October 9, 1791) (30) Nuestra Senora de la Soledad (31) San Jose de Guadalupe (June 11, 1797) (32) San Fernando (1797) (33) San Fernando (34) San Luis Rey de Francia (June 13, 1798) (35) Santa Inez (September 17, 1804) (36) Santa Inez (37) San Rafael Arcangel (December 14, 1817) (38) San Francisco Solano (July 4, 1823) (39) Church of Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles (40) Monterey (41) Mount Rubidoux (42) "Trail of California's first White Man Traced" by Harry Carr Los Angeles Times 1929 (regarding Junipero Serra) (43) San Rafael Rancho etc. (44) Islands of California (45) McGroarty, John Steven - biography (46) Bosquet, Jean "Strange Bells in Santo Domingo, Lower Calif."
 

Oversize folder

Scope and contents

(47) Large folder on "Mission Dolores" with clippings and sketches