Photograph of an oil painting depicting soldiers and Indian worshippers at the Mission San Carlos' first mass, ca.1900. Soldiers are situated to the left of the image, three ranks deep and nine files wide. They are prostrate, each on one knee with their heads bowed. What appear to be monks are situated farther right in the image, also knelt around the altar, which is a small platform overhung by a canopy. Trees and wilderness surround the worshippers. In the background, behind a second group of soldiers, a sailed ship can be seen in the water along the horizon. Picture file card reads: "Terrille and Miller". Painted in 1770.