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[Views of San Fernando and Santa Barbara Missions] (4 views)
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California State Library
California History Section Picture Catalog
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Views of San Fernando and Santa Barbara Missions taken during horse-drawn carriage trip from Pasadena to Santa Barbara. Upper image shows San Fernando Mission; middle left image shows Santa Barbara Mission; middle right image shows cloister at Santa Barbara Mission with Father Fox and party of three women and a man; bottom image shows Father Fox on steps of Santa Barbara Mission next to carriage. View 2 of 9 views; [1895]
View 1 (1991-1120a). San Fernando Mission -- view 2 (1991-1120b). Santa Barbara Mission -- view 3 (1991-1120c). Cloister at Santa Barbara Mission. Father Fox and our party -- view 4 (1991-1120d). Steps at Santa Barbara Mission. "Well, if you want my picture, hurry up", Father Fox.
Nonprojected graphic
4 photographic prints : albumen ; diam. each image 3 3/8 in. on mount 10 1/2 x 7 3/4 in.
San Fernando, Rey de España (Mission : San Fernando, Calif.)--Photographs
Santa Barbara Mission--Photographs
Carriages & coaches
Santa Barbara (Calif.)--Photographs
San Fernando (Calif.)--Photographs
Photographic prints
Albumen prints
Santa Barbara (Calif.)
San Fernando (Calif.)

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