Photograph of a portrait of the Los Angeles pioneer, William Wolfskill, shown in a half-tone print, ca.1831. From the chest up. In an oval cutout. His hair is parted on his left. He has long sideburns. He is wearing a 3-piece suit.; "A trapper from Kentucky, he was married into the Lugo family. In 1841 he planted an orange orchard of two acres where the Southern Pacific station stands at Fifth and Alameda, [Los Angeles]. 20 years later he had 100 acres of oranges and was the father of that industry in California. -- Before locating in Los Angeles he traded with the Indians. His wife was Magdalena Lugo, daughter of Jose Ygnacio Lugo of Santa Barbara, brother of Anonia Maria Lugo."