Photographic portrait of Colonel C. C. Thomas, [s.d.]. The colonel is pictured from his upper torso to his head and is slightly turned to the left. He is wearing a black jacket, black vest, white shirt and a white bowtie. He has a large white goatee and short white hair. He is a heavyset man with narrow eyes. He bought the leases to the Figueroa property, 40 acres in January 1891 from Graft(?) for five thousand dollars. Frank Thomas, his son, married Judge Silent's daughter, Libby, and lived at Bel Air, 1934.