A Tour of Early California Architecture from San Diego to Sonoma

The Spanish missions of California represent the state’s oldest and richest architectural legacy. Established in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century by Franciscan missionaries, the missions were designed by artisans from Mexico, and built and decorated largely by Native Americans. Learn More The California Missions: History and Design | Grace Lennon, AIA https://www.dunnedwards.com/colors/specs/posts/the-california-missions-history-and-design Architecture Of […]

The Road the Famous Fathers Trod

antique mission trail postcard

Postcards from the first half of the 20th century give us a glimpse of the past. The route shown on the postcard below has the missions often located on spurs that are off the main road. The postcard shows an image of the Monterey and Ventura Missions, yet it sends greetings from the City of […]

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