Photograph of the external view of an adobe home formerly known as the Ybarra home, 730 and 750 North Spring Street, north of Ord Street and North Broadway, Sonora town, Los Angeles, ca.1895. The one-story house is about 20 to 30 yards long. It has a shingled incline roof and wooden window shutters. The stucco is peeling from the worn and chipped adobe bricks that form the walls. There is a door and doorsteps at every two or three yard intervals. Utility poles line the sidewalk where three men stand. The unpaved street has track marks all over it. A sign on a nearby building (left) reads: "Bailey, Schmitz Co.".