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The Mission Era: California Under Spain and Mexico and Reminiscences, ca. 1850-1878
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San Rafael. Ground plan of mission and surroundings. Kindly furnished by General M.G. Vallejo Oct. 15, 1878. [Sketch of Mission in upper right, titled San Rafael, 1831.]
Catholic chapel at San Rafael. Site of old mission church and buildings, entirely gone. [At top is small photo of ...
San Francisco Solano. Groundplan of mission and surroundings. Kindly supplied by General M.G. Vallejo Oct. 15, 1878. Sketch of mission in upper left corner titled: San Francisco Solano, 1832.
Recto: Renovated chapel, and ruins of the buildings of the Ex-Mission San Francisco Solano. Sonoma.
Verso: Presumable appearance of the Mission of San Francisco Solano (Sonoma) about the year 1832, in its primitive state, or rather with Pater Quijas' contemplated renovations. The above elevation is drawn from a ground plan kindly furnished by Genl. M.G. Vallejo at Lachryma Montis, October 1878.
Under Dona Marcelina's celebrated grape-vine, at the Montecito, Santa Barbara. Carefully sketched in Santa Barbara, May 1, 1865. But 1871 drawn from recollection, the original having been lost (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 169).
A Mormon relic. Ruins of Elders Lyman and Richie's residence at San Bernardino. Mormon colony at San Bernardino from 1848 to 1857. (1857 Exodus on account of the war.) Destroyed by fire. Supplementary drawings of 1873.
(1841/2.) Cliff-passage south of San Juan Capistrano. A cavalcade in the times of Duflot de Mofras and Ferndo. Deppe. Reminiscenses [sic] of 1842; addenda of 1876. (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 95).
North-east view of Temecola Valley, 10 miles west of San Luis Rey. South-Cala. scenery. Excursion of 1871. Group remodelled with the aid of W.H. Hilton. Temecola Valley lands. The refuge and abode of San Diego and San Luis Rey Indians, after many years occupancy threatened with expropriation.
California Southern Overland Stage Line. California life and traffic; relais stables in San Luis Obispo (cf. Vischer Pictorial p. 146).
Groundplans of the destroyed missions of Santa Cruz, La Purisima, San Rafael and San Francisco Solano. A valuable acquisition due ...
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