Photograph of four drawings depicting various scenes in Porterville, 1900-1940. A drawing reading, "Pioneer Land Company. Fig tree, said to be the largest in the state" is visible at top left. It depicts a man sitting on a horse at left looking at a man standing on the branch of a tree at right. The man on the branch is pointing upwards with his right hand. Both men wear hats and have mustaches, while a second tree and flat, open land are depicted in the background.; A drawing reading, "View of Main Street in Porterville, Cal. Looking North" is visible at top right. It depicts a wide dirt road lined with buildings running from the foreground to the background. The building at left reads, "Pioneer Hotel" and has a covered walkway. Four men are depicted standing in front of a utility pole at left, while at least five carriages are visible on the road. Hills and a building with a tower are depicted in the background.; A drawing reading, "Palm Tree. Pioneer Land Co. Porterville" is visible at bottom right. A palm tree with rounded fronds is depicted at center, while a woman and child are visible sitting to the right of it. A bush is visible at left, while open, grassy land is visible in the background.; A drawing reading, "View of Pioneer Land Co's Tract, Looking East, Porterville in the Background" is visible at bottom left. Various crops are depicted on square plots of land at center. Rocks on the side of a hill are depicted in the foreground, while two fences are visible at the bottom of the hill. Trees are visible in the background.