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Description A view of Mission San Francisco de Asis (Mission Dolores) on Dolores Street in San Francisco, California — between 1880 and 1902.
  • The adobe/stone building has an arched entryway, pilaster columns, a cross, and tile roof.
Source Denver Public Library public domain images, lower resolution version of:
Author User DaveOinSF on en.wikipedia

Francisco de Asis (Uploaded using CommonsHelper or PushForCommons)


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