Photograph of a priest instructing a class of Mexican and Indian schoolchildren at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, ca.1895. About 10 children and six women sit or stand in a quarter circle around the priest under the arcade. The priest, dressed in priest garb, sits in a wooden chair with a book held open in one hand. Picture file card reads: "(a confirmation class), later than 1885 - probably 1895 or 1896. Seated left to right: 1. [unidentified], 2. Gregorio Pacheco - (mestizo de indio), 3. Alberto Sepulvedo y Yorba (born 1882) my father's 1st cousin, 4. [unidentified], 5. Viviana Ricardes, 6. Magdalena Richardes, 7. [unidentified], 8. Anselma Jimenez, 9. Tonsa Lechuza - (Indian), 10. Rina Lopera, 11. [unidentified], 12. [unidentified], 13. Fannie Rios, 14. [unidentified] Padre. Standing left to right: 1. Vicenta Arce (whose funeral is depicted in [CHS] #957), 2. [unidentified] - (Indian), 3. [unidentified] - (Indian)." -- A. Yorba.