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The Delfina de la Guerra Papers contain the personal papers of Delfina de la Guerra, the last member of the de la Guerra family to reside in Casa de la Guerra. The materials in the collection include photographs, letters, clippings, objects, and pressed flowers.
The Robert L. Lewis studio was located in El Paseo in what was once the wine cellar and dining room of Casa de la Guerra in downtown Santa Barbara.
This collection consists of several publicity materials related to the Robert L. Lewis Studio in Santa Barbara.
The Paul Mills papers document civic and preservation activities conducted while Mills was director of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and served on the board of the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation. Most notable was his work on the restoration of Casa de la Guerra, the design of the Presidio Chapel burial tiles, the Flags Project and the statue of King Carlos III.
- Subject: Casa de la Guerra (Santa Barbara, Calif.) X
- Scrapbooks 2
- Stores, Retail 2
- Artists’ studios 1
- Botanical specimens 1
- Flags 1
- Garden ornaments and furniture 1
- Letters 1
- Photographs 1
- Restaurants 1
- Santa Barbara Presidio (Santa Barbara, Calif.) 1
- Statues 1 ∧ less
- English 3
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Charles, King of Spain, III, 1716-1788 1
- Community Arts Association of Santa Barbara. Plans and Planting Committee 1
- Dibblee, T. W. (Thomas Wilson) 1
- Guerra Family 1
- Guerra, Delfina de la 1