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Image of the ruins of an adobe structure attributed to the Manuel Garfias family on the Rancho San Pasqual property (present day South Pasadena, California). Title devised by cataloger. Date range approximated by cataloger based on the year that film negatives came into use and the latest known dates indicated for other Hazard images in the Huntington's collection. A print of this image appears in the Huntington Library's Verne Dyson Collection (mssHM 26404) p. 245 (Box 4) under the heading "Rancho San Pasqual (Los Angeles County)" and has the caption: "Ruins of one of the houses built by Don Manuel Garfias on Rancho San Pasqual, Los Angeles County." Don Manuel Garfias received a formal grant for ownership of Rancho San Pascual and later became Los Angeles County treasurer and appointed the United States Consul at Mazatlan, Mexico.