Photograph of a stone marker commemorating Francisco Lopez's discovery of the first gold in California, ca.1930. At center is a marker composed of stones cemented together. At the monument's center, a metal plaque is visible. In front of the marker are three large stones situated next to one another, while two tree trunks are visible at left and right next to the stones. Tall grass is visible in the background. Photoprint reads: "Francisco Lopez here discovered the first gold in California March 9, 1842. This plate placed March 9, 1930 by the Ramona Parlor No.109 N.S.G.W., La Mesa Club, Kiwanis Club, Newhall -- Saugus".