1 photographic print : stereograph, albumen ; mount 10 x 18 cm.
The Bancroft Library
In ms. on verso: Parlor or sala (36 x 38 feet) de la Guerra house (site of El Paseo)... Figure next to door is Do??a Josefa, widow of Pablo; other woman is daughter of Don Francisco de la Guerra, who is at the left. Portrait at left is of his father, Captain Don Jos?? Antonio de la Guerra. Portraits at end of room are of Thomas B. Dibblee and his wife, Francisca de la Guerra Dibblee. Oil portraits by Faquani [?] of New York in 1872. Title supplied by cataloger.
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