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Home > California > Santa Rosa > Carrillo Adobe, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, CA



B&W Photos
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Southwest
HB114571
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Southwest
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Northwest
HB114572
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Northwest
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From West
HB114573
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From West
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Southwest Of Southeast Wing
HB114574
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View From Southwest Of Southeast Wing
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 Detail Of Roof And Door Head
HB114575
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 Detail Of Roof And Door Head
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View Of Fireplace And Doorway Details
HB114576
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 View Of Fireplace And Doorway Details
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 Interior View
HB114577
Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 Interior View


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Location
Santa Rosa, CA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CA-1442
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-52).
Building/structure dates: 1829 initial construction
Significance: The Carrillo Adobe is the oldest building in the Santa Rosa Valley. It was occupied for several years by Senora Carrillo, mother-in-law of General Mariano Vallejo the famous Mexican Commandante of the northern boundary of the Mexican Territory.

Subjects
Ruins
Houses
Stores & Shops


Related Names
Carillo, Senora
Vallejo, Gen. Mariano
Fortuni (?)
Amores Of San Rafael (?)
Mallagh, David


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST
2. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST
3. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 VIEW FROM WEST
4. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST OF SOUTHEAST WING
5. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 DETAIL OF ROOF AND DOOR HEAD
6. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 VIEW OF FIREPLACE AND DOORWAY DETAILS
7. Historic American Buildings Survey 1936 INTERIOR VIEW


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