Calle Segunda - La Paz, Baja California from [La Paz, Baja California photographs], circa 1900
Five early photographic views of La Paz, Baja California, all made by R.G. Mendoza. The images have caption titles in the negatives: Vista Parcial del Orente [sic] de La Paz, B.C.; Oficinas: Rochel Ruffo y Cia., Capitania de Puerto; Palmar en playa Norte - La Paz, B.C.; ‘Torre Eiffel’ La Paz, B.C.; Calle ‘Segunda’ La Paz. The streetscapes and buildings show a tiny town with no automobiles, only a few scattered horse-drawn carriages — antiquarian bookseller’s blurb
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Calle Segunda - La Paz, Baja California from [La Paz, Baja California photographs], circa 1900

Five early photographic views of La Paz, Baja California, all made by R.G. Mendoza. The images have caption titles in the negatives: Vista Parcial del Orente [sic] de La Paz, B.C.; Oficinas: Rochel Ruffo y Cia., Capitania de Puerto; Palmar en playa Norte - La Paz, B.C.; ‘Torre Eiffel’ La Paz, B.C.; Calle ‘Segunda’ La Paz. The streetscapes and buildings show a tiny town with no automobiles, only a few scattered horse-drawn carriages — antiquarian bookseller’s blurb

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[Governor and wife], by Joanne Haskell Crosby
Watercolor, 39 x 57 cm
Title supplied by cataloger. Based on the Tirsch original. English translation of main caption accompanying original painting: How the Governor, with his wife, is going to the grave-marker erected by us [marker omitted from this reproduction] … The man with the gun is a common California soldier.
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[Governor and wife], by Joanne Haskell Crosby

Watercolor, 39 x 57 cm

Title supplied by cataloger. Based on the Tirsch original. English translation of main caption accompanying original painting: How the Governor, with his wife, is going to the grave-marker erected by us [marker omitted from this reproduction] … The man with the gun is a common California soldier.

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