Photograph of A.F. Harmer's painting "The Dance" showing dancers at the Donna Ysabel Yorba home in Santa Barbara, ca.1901. Don Baltasar Ruiz and Dona Felecidad Avaddia are pictured in bolero dress dance at the center of the painting, just outside the patio of a one-story adobe, where men, women and children can be seen watching and clapping along. To the right, another man stands near his horse off the patio and claps along as well, a dog and a young boy at his feet. The picture file card locates the adobe at Anacapa Street between De la Guerra Street and Ortega Street, and identifies Don Baltasar as 70 years old in the painting, which is itself identified as being painted in 1901.; Photoprint caption reads: "Old days of Don's in 1851 at Santa Barbara. At the adobe residence of Dona Ysabel Yorba, Anacapa Street, between De la Guerr and Ortego Streets. The old Don dancing is Don Baltasar Ruis, age 70. The lady is Dona Felecidad Avaddia, native daughter of Santa Barbara."