Photograph of the Don Lopez Geronimo adobe ranch house, San Fernando Valley, 1898. The one-story adobe is shown at center, with several people positioned around the picket fence that runs horizontally across the image. The adobe features a wrap-around porch which is covered by a wooden overhang, and a shingled roof which sports two brick chimneys as well as a metal stovepipe. The road in front of the house is unpaved and appears to be littered by horse droppings. A tree stands in front of the fence to the left. Mountains are partially visible in the right background. The ranch was build by Valintine Lopez and afterward bought by Geronimo's son, Stephen Lopez. Photoprint reads: "Lange(?) adobe house built by Geronimo Lopez, became famous as the Lopez Station".