Mainly 19th century studio portraits of members of the de la Guerra
family of Santa Barbara, California.
The de la Guerra family of Santa Barabara were among the most prominent of Californio
families, holding extensive ranchos under Spanish land grants prior to California
statehood. Pablo de la Guerra (1819-1874), was a son of Don José Antonio Julian de
la Guerra y Noriega (1779-1858) and was active in politics and government during the
early decades of California statehood. The Casa de la Guerra adobe in Santa Barbara
survives into the twenty-first century and houses a local history museum.
1 box (49 photographic prints)
49 digital objects
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