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[Spanish establishment of St. Francisco in New California]
Tilesius von Tilenau, Wilhelm Gottlief (1769-1857), German, artist (attributed to) Langsdorff, Georg Heinrich von (1773-), German, artist
Date Created and/or Issued
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Bancroft Library
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Honeyman (Robert B., Jr.) - Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material
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View taken from the ship "Juno." Four Indians in reed canoe in left foreground; Presidio buildings and small figures walking on the shore in middleground; hills in distance. Possibly the earliest known view of San Francisco, Calif. and the Presidio of San Francisco.
Supplied title. Handwritten (LC, in ink): Ansicht des Spanischen Etablissements von St. Francisco in Neu-Californien; (LR, in ink): Dessiné par G. de Langsdorff. Ref. note: Langsdorff, German ed., Vol. II, Plate 8, p.132; not in English edition. Inscriptions in German.
Drawing on paper: ink and wash 22 x 27.7 cm.
BANC PIC 1963.002:1021--FR
California, Northern
Discovery & exploration
Expeditions & surveys
Indians of North America
Military facilities
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
Voyages to the Pacific

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