Photograph of the remains of the Lugo home located near the Salt Lake and Independence Railroad, Los Angeles, ca.1930. East of the river and Boyle Avenue near Tenth (Sixteenth?) Street, the adobe walls of the home are shown here, roofless and crumbling in spots. The ground around is dusty and dappled with low-growing dry grass. A pile of scrap wood is visible in the left background, along with a utility pole at center. Tree foliage hangs in from above at right. During the 1850's the Lugo family was the wealthiest and most influential family in Southern California, whose patriarch was cattle rancher Don Antonio María Lugo.