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Finding Aid to Views from a Trip to California, ca. 1887-1889, ca. 1887-1889
BANC PIC 1905.06484-.06485--PIC  
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Volume 1 BANC PIC 1905.06484:1-126

 

Pueblo of Santo Domingo, N M [New Mexico]. "On the journey out. Santa Fe etc." BANC PIC 1905.06484:001--PIC

 

Street in Santa Fe NM [New Mexico]. BANC PIC 1905.06484:002--PIC

 

Water Baskets Made By The Indians. 203. BANC PIC 1905.06484:003--PIC

 

Mexican Adobe House and Oven. BANC PIC 1905.06484:004--PIC

 

View from the Raymond Veranda. "Las Casitas over top of electric pole". 82. BANC PIC 1905.06484:005--PIC

 

View from the Raymond Veranda. "The Sierra Madre Range. `Old Baldy' or San Antonio. San Bernardino. San Jacinto." 83. BANC PIC 1905.06484:006--PIC

 

"Las Casitas." BANC PIC 1905.06484:007--PIC

 

"House of Dr. Adele Gleason." BANC PIC 1905.06484:008--PIC

 

Las Casitas from Brown's Trail. R.H. Rogers, Photo. L.A. Cal'a. "Las Casitas. Millard's Canon with road leading up to Las Casitas Plain. The Arroya Seco beyond the promontory of Las Casitas. Slope of `2nd Hill' which hides `1st Hill' & also the site of house” BANC PIC 1905.06484:009--PIC

 

Eatons Canyon from Painter's Hill. "Las Casitas." B44. BANC PIC 1905.06484:010--PIC

 

Birds Eye View of Brown Boys Rancho. "Home of Owen & Jason Brown -- Rear View. Slopes into Millard's Canon." 165. BANC PIC 1905.06484:011--PIC

 

Birds Eye View of Brown Boys Rancho. "Home of Owen & Jason Brown. Front View. Plain of Las Casitas. `2nd Hill' with pine tree where Owen Brown is buried. `Brown's Trail.' In foreground `grease wood -- our only fuel... [Illegible]." 165. BANC PIC 1905.06484:012--PIC

 

1. John Brown Jr. 2. Jayson Brown. 3. Owen Brown. "Cabin of Owen and Jason Brown. John Brown Jr. on a visit to them." BANC PIC 1905.06484:013--PIC

 

Las Casitas Views -- All Aboard for Brown's Peak. "View from rear of plateau of Las Casitas. `1st Hill.' `2nd Hill.' `Browns Peak.' White spots are site Brown's cabin." 178. BANC PIC 1905.06484:014--PIC

 

Funeral of Owen Brown, at M.E. Tabernacle, Jan. 10, 1889. Owen Brown. John Brown's Son's Mountain Home. [Composite print.] "A present to me from Mr. Jason Brown." BANC PIC 1905.06484:015--PIC

 

Las Casitas Views -- John Brown's Sons and a Cabin on Brown's Trail. "Owen Brown. Jason Brown. The Cabin used for camping by their sister Mrs. Thompson." BANC PIC 1905.06484:016--PIC

 

"Jason Brown. Owen Brown. These cracks were never filled until done as a Christmas present by Dr. Adele Gleason. But it was too late to save Owen Brown who died of fever the result of cold and improper food, or lack of food. He had been mentally astray for some time.” BANC PIC 1905.06484:017--PIC

 

Las Casitas Views. Awaiting the arrival of the Raymond Coach. F.H. Rogers, Photo, L.A. Cal'a. "Our Donkeys on the Plateau of Las Casitas. `Pinkey.' `Juanita.' `Barney.'" BANC PIC 1905.06484:018--PIC

 

I stop at the Raymond Hotel. "A Raymond Donkey." 172. BANC PIC 1905.06484:019--PIC

 

The Trail near Switzer Camp. "On the Heights above Las Casitas." B 91. BANC PIC 1905.06484:020--PIC

 

Switzer Camp. "On the Heights above Las Casitas." B 89. BANC PIC 1905.06484:021--PIC

 

"In the Arroya Canon. Devil's Gate.'" BANC PIC 1905.06484:022--PIC

 

"In Millard's Canon." BANC PIC 1905.06484:023--PIC

 

The Devil's Gate. "Where the Arroya Canon opens into the Arroya Seco. Arroya means “river”, & seco means “dry”. So named from the broad, dry bed of the river leaving the canon. The pipes belong to two companies who supply Pasadena." B 46. BANC PIC 1905.06484:024--PIC

 

"In the Arroya Canon. Where we used to ford on the donkeys." BANC PIC 1905.06484:025--PIC

 

Maiden Hair Falls. "In Prieto Canon. Pipe bringing water supply to Dr. Gleason's Sanitarium. Prieto means dark. This canon so named because too narrow for sunshine." BANC PIC 1905.06484:026--PIC

 

Beach and Bath Houses. Santa Monica, Cal. "Santa Monica near Los Angeles." 93. BANC PIC 1905.06484:027--PIC

 

San Gabriel, "Mission". "San Gabriel Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:028--PIC

 

Old Mission San Gabriel. 62. BANC PIC 1905.06484:029--PIC

 

Chimes Old Mission San Gabriel. 207. BANC PIC 1905.06484:030--PIC

 

Galley Stairs of Old San Gabriel Mission. 89. BANC PIC 1905.06484:031--PIC

 

Riverside From Pachappa Mt. "Riverside. Aquaduct [sic] taking water for irrigation." BANC PIC 1905.06484:032--PIC

 

"Riverside. Method of irrigation." BANC PIC 1905.06484:033--PIC

 

Riverside Orange Grove. "Riverside. A typical orange grove." BANC PIC 1905.06484:034--PIC

 

"Riverside. Canal for irrigation." BANC PIC 1905.06484:035--PIC

 

Hotel Del Coronado from E.S.E. "The Coronado Hotel -- San Diego." BANC PIC 1905.06484:036--PIC

 

Hotel Del Coronado. Porch of Main Entrance. No. 144. BANC PIC 1905.06484:037--PIC

 

Hotel Del Coronado from N.W. 111. BANC PIC 1905.06484:038--PIC

 

"Hotel Del Coronado." Court. No. 99. BANC PIC 1905.06484:039--PIC

 

Dining Room. "Coronado Hotel, San Diego." 108. BANC PIC 1905.06484:040--PIC

 

Coronado Hotel. Ladies' Billiard Room. "The Coronado Hotel -- San Diego." No. 146. BANC PIC 1905.06484:041--PIC

 

[Bay scene. From Coronado Hotel?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:042--PIC

 

Hotel Del Coronado. Veranda facing the Ocean. No. 135. BANC PIC 1905.06484:043--PIC

 

San Diego Mission. "The San Diego Mission. 1769." 2. BANC PIC 1905.06484:044--PIC

 

[San Diego Mission.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:045--PIC

 

San Diego Mission. 1. BANC PIC 1905.06484:046--PIC

 

San Diego "Mission Bells." 396. BANC PIC 1905.06484:047--PIC

 

"Valley of the San Diego Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:048--PIC

 

Boundry [sic] Monument. "Boundary between United States and Mexico." 3. BANC PIC 1905.06484:049--PIC

 

"Palm Trees in old San Diego." BANC PIC 1905.06484:050--PIC

 

"House in old San Diego. Ramona's Marriage Place.'" BANC PIC 1905.06484:051--PIC

 

"San Diego." [Sweet Water Dam.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:052--PIC

 

Sweet Water Dam, From North Side. "The Boston Water Co. of San Diego, Cal." 629. BANC PIC 1905.06484:053--PIC

 

"El Cajon." BANC PIC 1905.06484:054--PIC

 

"Lakeside." BANC PIC 1905.06484:055--PIC

 

San Jacinto. J.T. Kerr's Rancho. No. 28. BANC PIC 1905.06484:056--PIC

 

[Unidentified women on horses. Unidentified location.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:057--PIC

 

San Jacinto. McAllister's Ranch. No. 2. BANC PIC 1905.06484:058--PIC

 

Temecula Canon on line of C.S.R.R. “The Temecula Canon -- mentioned in `Ramona.'” No. 5. BANC PIC 1905.06484:059--PIC

 

"San Louis [i.e. Luis] Rey Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:060--PIC

 

San Louis [i.e. Luis] Rey Mission looking S.S.W. No. 187. BANC PIC 1905.06484:061--PIC

 

San Louis [i.e. Luis] Rey Mission Bell. No. 184. BANC PIC 1905.06484:062--PIC

 

San Louis [i.e. Luis] Rey Mission from Bellfrey. No. 185. BANC PIC 1905.06484:063--PIC

 

[Interior. San Luis Rey Mission?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:064--PIC

 

[Interior. San Luis Rey Mission?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:065--PIC

 

San Louis [Luis] Rey Mission Garden Gate. No. 190. BANC PIC 1905.06484:066--PIC

 

"San Fernando Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:067--PIC

 

"Pala Mission, in San Louis [i.e. Luis] Rey Valley." No. 4. BANC PIC 1905.06484:068--PIC

 

[Pala Mission, San Luis Rey Valley.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:069--PIC

 

[Pala Mission, San Luis Rey Valley.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:070--PIC

 

Remains of Mission Church, Santa Isabel. "Santa Isabel Mission -- In Julian District 60 miles from San Diego." No. 118. BANC PIC 1905.06484:071--PIC

 

[Santa Isabel Mission.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:072--PIC

 

Old Mission San Juan Capistrano, Founded 1776, Destroyed by earthquake in 1812. "San Juan Capistrano Mission." 124. BANC PIC 1905.06484:073--PIC

 

Ruins of Old San Juan Mission, Founded 1776, Destroyed by earthquake 1812. 125. BANC PIC 1905.06484:074--PIC

 

Mission Church Capistrano Inside of Alter [sic]. No. 244. BANC PIC 1905.06484:075--PIC

 

Mission Church Capistrano looking E. No. 246. BANC PIC 1905.06484:076--PIC

 

Mission Church Capistrano looking E. No. 251. BANC PIC 1905.06484:077--PIC

 

Mission Church Capistrano looking N.E. No. 254. BANC PIC 1905.06484:078--PIC

 

Mission Church Capistrano Bells. No. 247. BANC PIC 1905.06484:079--PIC

 

Capistrano Valley from Mission looking N.W. No. 259. BANC PIC 1905.06484:080--PIC

 

[San Juan Capistrano Mission.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:081--PIC

 

Capistrano Valley from Mission looking S. No. 261. BANC PIC 1905.06484:082--PIC

 

"Los Angeles -- Mrs. Severance's home -- Red Roof." BANC PIC 1905.06484:083--PIC

 

"Mrs. Severance's Dining Room." BANC PIC 1905.06484:084--PIC

 

"Los Angeles -- Miss Carrie Seymour's home -- The Pepper Box.'" BANC PIC 1905.06484:085--PIC

 

"Mrs. Severance's Parlor." BANC PIC 1905.06484:086--PIC

 

"Los Angeles -- Our Lady of the Angels.'" BANC PIC 1905.06484:087--PIC

 

"Ventura -- Old San Buenaventura Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:088--PIC

 

"Camulos -- The Home of Ramona." BANC PIC 1905.06484:089--PIC

 

J.C. Brewster. Copyrighted 1887. [Camulos Ranch?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:090--PIC

 

J.C. Brewster. [Camulos Ranch?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:091--PIC

 

Copyrighted 1887. J.C. Brewster. [Camulos Ranch?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:092--PIC

 

Copyright 1887. J.C. Brewster. [Camulos Ranch?] BANC PIC 1905.06484:093--PIC

 

J.C. Brewster. Copyright 1887. "Camulos -- The Old Chapel Bells brought from Spain." BANC PIC 1905.06484:094--PIC

 

"Ojai Valley -- Oak Glen Cottages." BANC PIC 1905.06484:095--PIC

 

"Matilija Canon. Boulder Cave." BANC PIC 1905.06484:096--PIC

 

"Ojai Valley. Matilija Canon." BANC PIC 1905.06484:097--PIC

 

"Matilija Canon, near Matilija Hot Springs." BANC PIC 1905.06484:098--PIC

 

"The Devil's Slide -- Matilija Canon -- Ojai Valley." BANC PIC 1905.06484:099--PIC

 

"Santa Barbara. Old Home of the De la Garras -- Formerly the wealthiest of the Spanish-Mexican families of California." BANC PIC 1905.06484:100--PIC

 

"Home of the Misses [Moor?]. Miss Rebecca in the carriage drawn by `Don' the Bronco. Miss Hannah behind a post on the piazza. `Chum' near the fence." BANC PIC 1905.06484:101--PIC

 

"The Santa Barbara Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:102--PIC

 

[Santa Barbara Mission.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:103--PIC

 

"Franciscan Friars at the Santa Barbara Mission. All that are left in California of the order which founded the Missions." BANC PIC 1905.06484:104--PIC

 

[Santa Barbara Mission.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:105--PIC

 

"The Santa Barbara Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:106--PIC

 

"Rear of the De la Garra Mansion." BANC PIC 1905.06484:107--PIC

 

"Maria -- Madame Rodriguez -- 115 years old in 1889. She remembers the [building?] of the Santa Barbara Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:108--PIC

 

[Chinese boy. Unidentified location.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:108a--PIC

 

"At Montecito -- near Santa Barbara." BANC PIC 1905.06484:109--PIC

 

"Santa Ynez Mission." BANC PIC 1905.06484:110--PIC

 

"The San Marcos Pass." BANC PIC 1905.06484:111--PIC

 

"The Santa Ynez River." BANC PIC 1905.06484:112--PIC

 

"The Gaviota Pass, near Santa Barbara." BANC PIC 1905.06484:113--PIC

 

Hotel del Monte. Taber Photo. B 2267. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:114--PIC

 

Interior of Bath House, Hotel del Monte. Taber Photo. B 2258. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:115--PIC

 

Hotel del Monte, carpet gardening. Taber Photo. B 4367. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:116--PIC

 

Arizona Garden, Hotel del Monte. Taber Photo. [Cropped]... 2300. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:117--PIC

 

Old Custom House, Monterey, built by Spain, Mexico and United States. Taber Photo. [Cropped]...12. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:118--PIC

 

Mission Church, Town of Monterey. Taber Photo. B 2231. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:119--PIC

 

Carmel Mission, Established 1770. Taber Photo. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:120--PIC

 

The Cross, Marking Landing-Place of Junipero Serra, 1770, Monterey. Taber Photo. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:121--PIC

 

"Monterey." BANC PIC 1905.06484:122--PIC

 

Cypress Tree near Cypress Drive. Taber Photo. "Monterey." B 2236. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:123--PIC

 

"Monterey." BANC PIC 1905.06484:124--PIC

 

Midway Point. Taber Photo. "Monterey." B 2263. [Original in AX.] BANC PIC 1905.06484:125--PIC

 

"The Yosemite Valley." 6238. BANC PIC 1905.06484:126--PIC

 

"The Yosemite Valley." 6238. BANC PIC 1905.06484:126--PIC

 

"Fan Palm." BANC PIC 1905.06485:001--PIC

 

Fan Leaf Palm Trees. "Very old Fan Palms -- quite rare. The Fan Palm is much used for decoration. Generally ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:002--PIC

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Fan Leaf Palm Trees. "Very old Fan Palms -- quite rare. The Fan Palm is much used for decoration. Generally the lower leaves are trimmed off as they die, leaving the trunk jagged -- as in the first picture [i.e. 6485:1.]. But occasionally they are allowed to stay & droop as in this picture. After the tree reaches a certain age, a smooth section appears & grows taller, carrying the plume of leaves higher as in this picture.” B 14.
 

Date Palm. "Date Palm -- in the garden of the San Gabriel Mission. One of the oldest palms in the ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:003--PIC

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Date Palm. "Date Palm -- in the garden of the San Gabriel Mission. One of the oldest palms in the country -- planted by the early fathers. No single tree ever gave me such a thrill as this solitary palm standing erect & graceful, like a strange being in an atmosphere of its own — a goddess with the serenity, grace & dignity of the Venus de Milo. About a hundred years old or more.” 202.
 

"Date Palms. Larger than those generally found in gardens because they are of such slow growth. Used frequently for decoration, ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:004--PIC

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"Date Palms. Larger than those generally found in gardens because they are of such slow growth. Used frequently for decoration, but not so commonly as the Fan Palm. Sage Palms are also seen; & Yucca Palms. Dragon Palms are occasionally seen, & a few others are cultivated; but not many although the Encyclopedia says there are over 1000 species in the group of [Palmaceae?].”
 

"Dragon Palm -- Looks somewhat like the Yucca Palm, but is very much larger & coarser. A row of these is on an avenue in Los Angeles; & there seemed something really weird about them, like aged Eastern magicians." BANC PIC 1905.06485:005--PIC

 

"Forest of Fan Palms -- More than two hundred miles from Los Angeles, beyond San Bernardino, on the edge of what is called the Great Colorado Desert. This is said to be the only natural grove of Palms within the United States -- although of course there are many in Mexico.” BANC PIC 1905.06485:006--PIC

 

Floral Scene at Residence of C.B. Adams, Alhambra, Cal. “Yucca Palm with double stem, not so common as the single stem. Also Fan Palms, Century Plant Cactus etc.” 45. BANC PIC 1905.06485:007--PIC

 

Lucky Baldwin's Cottage. "Palmetto Palms, similar to Fan Palms, but without the hairy threads. Eucalyptus trees. The leaves are round when young & stand upright. When older they are long, & droop, seeming quite different." 189. BANC PIC 1905.06485:008--PIC

 

The Twin Century Plants in Bloom. “`Century Plant' Cactus. So called, but, often blossoming within a few years. After blossoming the leaves wilt, & the plant dies, though the stalk stands a long time with dried flowers, about thirty or forty feet high.” B 77 BANC PIC 1905.06485:009--PIC

 

Yucca or Spanish Bayonet. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. "Yucca Cactus -- or `Spanish Bayonet'. Seen in great numbers on ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:010--PIC

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Yucca or Spanish Bayonet. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. "Yucca Cactus -- or `Spanish Bayonet'. Seen in great numbers on the hill slopes -- & not very high. There are hundreds of Cacti, although only a few are cultivated, & it is the thing to have Cactus Gardens at the hotels. I counted ten varieties at the Del Coronado, & there are many at the Del Monte.” 445.
 

Spanish Bayonet (cactus) in bloom, height, 20 ft., S. Cal. Taber Photo. "A gentleman brought a head of blossoms similar to this into the car, & as I stood near it I came less than three fourths of the height." B 4246. BANC PIC 1905.06485:011--PIC

 

Yucca, or Spanish Bayonet. "This variety of Yucca is much larger than that of previous pictures [i.e. 6485:10-11.]; but it is not so tall as the `Century Plant'. The foliage seems to resemble that when young, but the leaves are much slighter, & very sharp.” B 11. BANC PIC 1905.06485:012--PIC

 

Cactus Tree, Arizona. Taber Photo. B 175. BANC PIC 1905.06485:013--PIC

 

Royal Arch Yucca of the Mojave Desert, Cal. "I crossed the Mojave Desert at sunset, & saw these strange shapes against a dull red sunset sky. Cacti." BANC PIC 1905.06485:014--PIC

 

Cactus Bed, San Gabriel, Cal. "The `Prickly Pear' Cactus, planted by the fathers of San Gabriel as a [hedge?] around ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:015--PIC

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Cactus Bed, San Gabriel, Cal. "The `Prickly Pear' Cactus, planted by the fathers of San Gabriel as a [hedge?] around their garden, & said to have been cultivated at San Diego for ...[text lost]... from the fruit. Most formidable monsters 12 to 15 feet high. Has ...[(text lost)...llow] blossom. Grows wild [in?] the Arroyo Seco, as does the Yucca & another [ca...(text lost)].” 156.
 

Scene at Glen Rosa. Orange Grove Avenue. "Century Plant Cactus as generally seen in gardens. Its pale, blue-green, strongly pronounced spines grow five or six feet long." 39. BANC PIC 1905.06485:016--PIC

 

Pasadena Ostrich Farm. "An imported tropical growth although not of the Vegetable Kingdom. There are at least three Ostrich Farms in Southern California, & they promise to be very profitable." 199. BANC PIC 1905.06485:017--PIC

 

Pampass Grass in Full Plume. "A clump of Pampass Grass gleaming in the sunshine is like a great floral fountain." B 79. BANC PIC 1905.06485:018--PIC

 

Oleander in Bloom. "Early in February Mr. Jason Brown gave a pink rose from his upland garden, of which the petals were 2 3/4 & 3 inches long. He also had a fine deep red rose very like a `Jack' which he said was a native California rose he had transplanted from `up on the mountains'.” B 78. BANC PIC 1905.06485:019--PIC

 

Gold of Ophir Roses at Major Skillen place. 142. BANC PIC 1905.06485:020--PIC

 

Calla Lillies. B 16. BANC PIC 1905.06485:021--PIC

 

Orange Tree with Fruit and Flowers. "Not an unusual sight in January & February. But there should be the color ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:015--PIC

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Orange Tree with Fruit and Flowers. "Not an unusual sight in January & February. But there should be the color -- the white flowers, the green foliage, the golden balls of fruit against the intense blue sky. The first orange trees in America are said to have been planted in the San Gabriel Mission garden about 1820, & the originals of the famous `Mission Oranges'. Here also stood the Date Palm whose only rival in age is at San Diego.” B 1.
 

Lemon Tree. "There are fine lemon orchards in Riverside & San Diego. At the latter place a gentleman pointed out some lemon trees from which he last year realized forty dollars apiece for the fruit." 2. BANC PIC 1905.06485:023--PIC

 

Fig Tree. "There are a great many fig trees here, but during the winter they are bare, showing smooth, tight grey branches." 99. BANC PIC 1905.06485:024--PIC

 

Persimon [sic] Tree. "The Persimmon needs the contrast of the bright red fruit & green leaves to show its beauty. In winter one sometimes sees the fruit left on after the leaves have all fallen." 135. BANC PIC 1905.06485:025--PIC

 

Banana Plant. "1 -- Yucca Palm. 2 -- Fan Palm. 3 -- Banana Plant. 4 -- Pampass Grass. The Banana is easily torn by the wind & often is even more ragged than in the next picture [i.e. 6485:27]." 9. BANC PIC 1905.06485:026--PIC

 

Banana Tree. B 7. BANC PIC 1905.06485:027--PIC

 

Old Vineyard of Rose's Ranche. "The vineyards are a strange sight. Instead of training the vines upon poles or trellises, ... BANC PIC 1905.06485:028--PIC

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Old Vineyard of Rose's Ranche. "The vineyards are a strange sight. Instead of training the vines upon poles or trellises, they are cut down every winter leaving only stumps such as these which show by their size that they are old. The new shoots bear all the fruit, & the sun is so hot that the leaves do not shelter them too much. The stumps look like uncanny imps in grotesque postures. San Gabriel Mission is the source of the grape culture of Southern California. Its vineyard is called the `Mother Vineyard,' & `Mission Grapes' originated there. Next to the orange, the olive is most important in Southern California. The first olive trees in the state were planted at the San Diego Mission, & all others said to have been propagated from them. Those of which there are still about 300, are the only ones old enough to resemble the olives of Italy. I could not find any good picture of olive trees.” 75.
 

Live Oak, Orange Grove Ave. & Cal. St. "It is unusual to see live Oaks in city streets, but they are common on the lower hillsides, & in canons. They are the most picturesque tree in the region. Unfortunately the large ones were cut down years ago by the Mexicans for firewood.” 29. BANC PIC 1905.06485:029--PIC

 

Marengo Avenue near California St. "Pepper Trees as they often grow along the streets, & are used for shade trees, as the Elms in the East." 22. BANC PIC 1905.06485:030--PIC

 

Palace Hotel Court. Taber Photo. "San Francisco." B 2192. BANC PIC 1905.06485:031--PIC

 

Upper Corridor, Palace Hotel, S F [San Francisco], Cal. Taber Photo. B 26. BANC PIC 1905.06485:032--PIC

 

Market Street. Taber Photo. 2341. BANC PIC 1905.06485:033--PIC

 

California Street from Sansome Street, San Francisco. "San Francisco." B 517. BANC PIC 1905.06485:034--PIC

 

The Seal Rocks near Cliff House, San Francisco. Taber Photo. B 2191. BANC PIC 1905.06485:035--PIC

 

The Golden Gate, and Black Point, San Francisco, Cal. Taber Photo. B 1166. BANC PIC 1905.06485:036--PIC

 

View of San Francisco Bay and Alcatraz Island. Taber Photo. B 844. BANC PIC 1905.06485:037--PIC

 

Mission Dolores, San Francisco. Established 1776. Taber Photo. B 513. BANC PIC 1905.06485:038--PIC

 

“The Entry" -- Chinese Theatre, San Francisco. Taber Photo. 1708. [Reproduction of painting.] BANC PIC 1905.06485:039--PIC

 

Balcony of the Chinese Restaurant, Dupont Street, San Francisco. Taber Photo. 3004. BANC PIC 1905.06485:040--PIC

 

Chinatown, S F [San Francisco], Cal., The Joss Temple. Taber Photo. B 2694. BANC PIC 1905.06485:041--PIC

 

Chinatown, S.F. Cal. The Five Idols in the Holy of Holies in the Joss Temple of Lung Gong. Copyright 1887 by I.W. Taber, Pho. B 2699. BANC PIC 1905.06485:042--PIC

 

Chinatown, S F Cal. [San Francisco, California] The incense table in the Joss Temple of Lung Gong. Copyright 1887 by I.W. Taber, Pho. B 2698. BANC PIC 1905.06485:043--PIC

 

Dupont Street, Chinatown, San Francisco. Taber Photo. 3012. BANC PIC 1905.06485:044--PIC

 

Chinese Butcher and Grocery Shop, Chinatown, S.F. Taber Photo. 2936. BANC PIC 1905.06485:045--PIC

 

Grand Dining Room of the Chinese Restaurant, Dupont Street, San Francisco. Taber Photo. 3003. BANC PIC 1905.06485:046--PIC

 

Temple Block, Salt Lake City. BANC PIC 1905.06485:047--PIC

 

Salt Lake City, from Prospect Hill. C.R. Savage Photo. BANC PIC 1905.06485:048--PIC

 

Eagle Gate, Salt Lake City. C.R. Savage Photo. BANC PIC 1905.06485:049--PIC

 

Deseret News and Tithing Office Buildings, Salt Lake. C.R. Savage Photo. BANC PIC 1905.06485:050--PIC

 

The Sierra La Sal, Utah. "On the Journey Home." 4426. BANC PIC 1905.06485:051--PIC

 

Green River Butte [Utah?]. 4613. BANC PIC 1905.06485:052--PIC

 

Castle Rock. Price Canon, Utah. 4428-A. BANC PIC 1905.06485:053--PIC

 

Castle Gate [Utah?]. 4429. BANC PIC 1905.06485:054--PIC

 

Marshall Pass and Mt. Ouray [Colorado]. 1009. BANC PIC 1905.06485:055--PIC

 

Summit of Marshall Pass [Colorado]. 1006. BANC PIC 1905.06485:056--PIC

 

High Bridge in Loop [Union Pacific Railway, near George Town Colorado]. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. BANC PIC 1905.06485:057--PIC

 

The Loop. Union Pacific Ry. near George Town, Colorado. W.H. Jackson & Co., Phot. 54. BANC PIC 1905.06485:058--PIC

 

Currecanti Needle [Colorado?]. 4403. BANC PIC 1905.06485:059--PIC

 

Black Canon of the Gunnison Bridge "B" [Colorado]. 4402. BANC PIC 1905.06485:060--PIC

 

The Portals of Grand River Canon [Colorado]. D. & R.G.R.R. 840. BANC PIC 1905.06485:061--PIC

 

George Town from Griffith Mt. [Colorado]. 1810. BANC PIC 1905.06485:062--PIC

 

The Royal Gorge [Colorado]. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. 804. BANC PIC 1905.06485:063--PIC

 

Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canon [Colorado]. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. 182. BANC PIC 1905.06485:064--PIC

 

Manitou, Colorado. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. "The Garden of the Gods -- Manitou Springs, Colorado." 424. BANC PIC 1905.06485:065--PIC

 

The Gateway and Pike's Peak [Colorado]. 609. BANC PIC 1905.06485:066--PIC

 

Pike's Peak [Colorado]. 608. BANC PIC 1905.06485:067--PIC

 

Siamese Twins [Garden of the Gods, Colorado]. 603. BANC PIC 1905.06485:068--PIC

 

The Out...[illegible] Wedding Monument Park [Colorado?]. [631?] BANC PIC 1905.06485:069--PIC

 

Mushroom Rocks [Colorado?]. W.H. J [Jackson] & Co. 638. BANC PIC 1905.06485:070--PIC

 

Tower of Babel. Garden of the Gods [Colorado]. 607. BANC PIC 1905.06485:071--PIC

 

Within the Gates. Garden of the Gods [Colorado]. 650. BANC PIC 1905.06485:072--PIC

 

The Three Graces [Colorado]. 646. BANC PIC 1905.06485:073--PIC

 

Cheyenne Falls [Colorado?]. 417. BANC PIC 1905.06485:074--PIC

 

Grave of "H.H." on Cheyenne Mountain [Colorado]. 431. BANC PIC 1905.06485:075--PIC

 

Pike's Peak [Colorado]. BANC PIC 1905.06485:076--PIC

 

On the Way to the Garden of the Gods [Colorado]. 640. BANC PIC 1905.06485:077--PIC

 

William's Canon [Colorado?]. 460. BANC PIC 1905.06485:078--PIC

 

Cameron's Cone from Williams' Canon [Colorado?]. 415. BANC PIC 1905.06485:079--PIC

 

[Illegible]... Organ, Manitou Grand Caverns [Colorado]. BANC PIC 1905.06485:080--PIC

 

Williams' Canon, Near the Cave [Colorado?]. 412. BANC PIC 1905.06485:081--PIC