Photograph of an oil painting by Corina Oreana Day, depicting the Mission de Las Dolores in San Francisco, ca.1900. Native Americans and more European-looking figures are pictured congregating outside the mission chapel. The tall, two-story building which is pictured to the left is lightly colored and features a facade reminiscent of Roman architecture. To the right, a one-story building that appears to be the monks' quarters extends outward from the first, connecting it to a shorter building of similar shape on whose veranda men and women can be seen. To the far left, a man is pictured riding by on a horse, beating a hanging effigy of Judas Iscariot. Picture file card identifies the painting as depicting a time near the year 1830 as well as having been in the Golden Gate Park Museum.