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La Casa de la Guerra, 11-19 East de la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara

La Casa de la Guerra, 11-19 East de la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara

Livery Stable at First and Broadway where the Chamber was founded in 1888 is now the present site of Los Angeles County Law Library. (L.A. Area Chamber collection)

Livery Stable at First and Broadway where the Chamber was founded in 1888 is now the present site of Los Angeles County Law Library. (L.A. Area Chamber collection)

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#74: Casa de Carrillo, San Diego

With Jose Joaquin Verdugo (1795-1832) and his wife, Maria Josefa Magdalena Vejar (1799-1850) we find a family with many relationships to th...

With Jose Joaquin Verdugo (1795-1832) and his wife, Maria Josefa Magdalena Vejar (1799-1850) we find a family with many relationships to th...

La Casa Primera--The first adobe home in Pomona built in 1837. It is still standing.

La Casa Primera--The first adobe home in Pomona built in 1837. It is still standing.

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California History -- Los Angeles -- La Iglesia de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles -- circa 1880

California History -- Los Angeles -- La Iglesia de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles -- circa 1880

Historic Houses of California - Los Angeles County - Inglewood - Centinela Adobe (1834)

Historic Houses of California - Los Angeles County - Inglewood - Centinela Adobe (1834)

View of the Agustín Olvera adobe c. 1880s, located on the corner of Marchessault and Olvera streets, after it had been converted into office space for Murray & Ready. A man can be seen riding his bicycle on the unpaved road toward the left.

View of the Agustín Olvera adobe c. 1880s, located on the corner of Marchessault and Olvera streets, after it had been converted into office space for Murray & Ready. A man can be seen riding his bicycle on the unpaved road toward the left.

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