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The Mission Era: California Under Spain and Mexico and Reminiscences, ca. 1850-1878
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Cattle-drove (northward-bound for a market) passing the valley of Santa Barbara. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 115) NOTE: three ruled lines on verso.
Mission-ruins: The dilapidated guardhouse at the Sta. Barbara Mission. View towards the bay. Supplementary drawings of 1873.
Ruins of the Ex-Mission of La Purisima Concepcion. Drawn between 1 & 6 of April '78. The last stone to the temple. After a photograph, the valuable contribution of Mrs. Josephine Bishop completing the mission collection on Author's 70th birthday. Photograph of 1876. Date of foundation Dec. 8, 1787.
La Purissima [i.e. La Purisima]: Groundplan of mission and outbuildings [with sketch of mission in 1824]. Kindly given by Genl. M.G. Vallejo, Oct. 15, 1878. Thankfully acknowledged by E.V.
Ruins of the Mission "Nuestra Senora de la Soledad," in the Salinas Plains. Property of the Soberanis [!].
Santa Cruz [ground plan; sketch of mission in 1825]. Ground plan of the mission & surroundings kindly supplied by Genl. Vallejo.
Ruins of the old Mission Church of Santa Cruz, in 1859. A friendly contribution by Mrs. Josephine Bishop. [Photographic reproduction of painting.]
Sketch of the church and buildings of the Mission of San Jose, Upper California. F. [i.e. Founded] Ao. 1797. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 107, Vischer Missions no. 4).
Mission of San Juan Bautista, Monterey County. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 13, Vischer Missions, no. 5) NOTE: on verso, marginal rulings and numbers.
Church (the interior yet kept in good condition) of the Mission of San Miguel, and ruins of the 'Casa Principal' ...
Casa del Paso de Robles, the old farm building of the Mission of San Miguel. Now the sheepfarm of James Blackburn. Meeting of neighbouring stock-owners at a general rodeo for the separation of herds. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p.116).
Chapel and principal buildings of the Ex-Mission San Fernando. [Founded] 1798. Instances of extreme old age. Genl. D. Andres Pico, ...
A Californian magnate in his home. General Don Andres Pico of Los Angeles. Southern mission orchard; vaqueros lassoing cattle; corridor of the farm-building. Ex-Mission of San Fernando.
Indian rancheria of Jose Antonio Venado, at San Luis Rey Mission, near the Zanja. Caicha-tribe, Quechumas. April 1865. Supplementary drawings of Spanish and Indian life, 1873 (Sketched 1868). Ambrosia, Vaquero; Temecola & Eusebio.
Ruins of the church and buildings of the Mission of San Luis Rey. Founded 1798. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 49, Vischer Missions no. 15).
Ruins of the church and buildings of the Ex-Mission of San Luis Rey. [From rear.]
West-view of the ruins of the mission of San Luis Rey (in 1865) and distant view toward Temecola.
Scene at the abandoned mission-orchard at San Luis Rey, in the bottom,' south of the mission buildings. Supplementary drawings 1873.
North view of the church and Ex-Mission of Santa Ines, (with groupings of the olden times). 'Alistando la remonta.' Father Blas Ordaz ordering relais, the mayordomo reporting; departure of honored guests, 1833/6, Fernando Deppe, A. Robinson and J. Thompson. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p.109, Vischer Missions no. 9)
Ruins of the south-end and inner corridors of Sta. Ines Mission buildings; our night quarters with the mail agent. April 22, 1865. Supplementary drawings of Mission-Ruins, 1873. Donkeys by W.H.H. [i.e. William H. Hilton].
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