Photograph of an exterior view of the Casa de Don Dolores Sepulveda in disrepair, ca.1933. The two-story barn-style adobe of the house is pictured from the rear, in front of which a large stack of bundled wood planks is visible. The house's roof and loft are made of wood, and covered in wood shingles. Near one of the two doors on the narrow side of the building, a metal wash basin can be seen. Much of the spackle has worn away from the adobe walls, revealing the brick. In the right distance, utility poles appear to have been edited out, and are faintly visible.; Picture file card reads "Delores was one of th esons of Francisco Sepulveda, grantee of the rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica". The building no longer exists.