Photograph of an exterior view of the Casa de Don Dolores Sepulveda in disrepair, taken from the front, ca.1933. The front wall of the building is in evident ruin; large portion of spackle have worn away exposing the brick, portions of which are worn themselves and seem to be collapsing. To the far left, the wall ends in an empty garage-like space which the wooden-shingled roof overhangs. To the far right, two wooden doorways are visible in the side of the home, a metal wash basin near the farthest one. A palm tree and utility pole show evidence of having been edited out in the transparency and are faintly visible. Stray bricks litter the ground around the house.; Dolores was one of the sons of Francisco Sepulveda, grantee of the rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica. The building no longer exists.