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Santa Barbara Mission

 Organization

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Chumash village remained many years, 1975-02-09

 Item
Content Description

Three archives boxes containing thirty years of weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper, approximately 1,500 articles. A fourth archives box contains indexes to the columns, autobiographical notes, a selection of columns on the Riviera district where Mrs. Rouse lived, and working notes and drafts of columns.

Pablo de la Portilla Journal

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-11
Overview Handwritten pages dated June 27, 1824 from a journal created by Captain Don Pablo de la Portilla, describing an expedition that left the Santa Barbara Presidio on June 4, 1824 to find and return neophyte Indians who had left Mission Santa Barbara earlier that year.

Den, Bell, and Luton Families Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-07
Overview

The papers of the Den, Bell, and Luton Families are focused largely on land ownership by brothers Nicholas and Richard Den, early settlers of Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, and their heirs. They highlight the transition in land tenure during the Mexican period and early years of California statehood as well as the inner operations of land and oil development in Santa Barbara County during the first part of the twentieth century.

Earthquake, 1925

 File
Scope and Contents

The Presidio Neighborhood Photograph Collection contains images gathered by the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation during research and activities conducted in support of the reconstruction of the Santa Barbara Presidio.

The collection contains a wide variety of image formats taken by many photographers over the course of than 150 years.

First 'showplace' on Riviera, 1975-04-27

 Item
Content Description

Three archives boxes containing thirty years of weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper, approximately 1,500 articles. A fourth archives box contains indexes to the columns, autobiographical notes, a selection of columns on the Riviera district where Mrs. Rouse lived, and working notes and drafts of columns.

Gloria Forsyth Papers

 Collection — Box: SB-01, Folder: 1
Identifier: MS-19
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one folder of correspondence, notes, minutes and other miscellaneous publications related to Pearl Chase, several activities of the Plans and Planting Committee of the Community Arts Association of Santa Barbara, and Mrs. Forsyth's role as a member of the committee. Topics covered in these papers include: an article about Santa Barbara's civic pride and historic preservation, reprinted from Reader's Digest (1940); Santa Barbara...

Mission Dam, Santa Barbara

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Content Description The Early California Lantern Slides consist of 89 glass lantern slides of California missions and landscapes.The collection is mostly a study of both interior and exterior views of most of the California missions, from Mission San Diego de Alcalá in the southwest corner of Calfornia to Mission San Francisco Solano in the north.As a collection, the slides are an interesting study of mission architecture: we can observe the various styles of the...

Mission Santa Barbara

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Scope and Contents

The Presidio Neighborhood Photograph Collection contains images gathered by the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation during research and activities conducted in support of the reconstruction of the Santa Barbara Presidio.

The collection contains a wide variety of image formats taken by many photographers over the course of than 150 years.

Mission Santa Bárbara façade, before 1925-06-29

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Content Description The Early California Lantern Slides consist of 89 glass lantern slides of California missions and landscapes.The collection is mostly a study of both interior and exterior views of most of the California missions, from Mission San Diego de Alcalá in the southwest corner of Calfornia to Mission San Francisco Solano in the north.As a collection, the slides are an interesting study of mission architecture: we can observe the various styles of the...

Mission Santa Bárbara garden pathway

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Content Description The Early California Lantern Slides consist of 89 glass lantern slides of California missions and landscapes.The collection is mostly a study of both interior and exterior views of most of the California missions, from Mission San Diego de Alcalá in the southwest corner of Calfornia to Mission San Francisco Solano in the north.As a collection, the slides are an interesting study of mission architecture: we can observe the various styles of the...