Photograph of the D.B. Wilson residence between El Molino Viejo and the Huntington Library, ca.1900. The one-story adobe, which overlooks Mill Pond, is shown behind what appears to be a home made trellis to the right, and two small trees near its entrance, one a palm, the other a deciduous tree. A few stones are arranged around the front stoop, where a collapsed bed frame and spare tire have been placed. A window can be seen to the building's far left, while a second door is visible to the right behind the trellis. Trees can be seen in the background above the home's flat roof and chimney. The home was constructed in 1854.; Photoprint reads: "'Mr. Hertrich says this may be old adobe which may have lived in originally. Thinks it may be house George S. Patton's help lived in. Wilson's house had wide porch and steps leading down. Miss Anita Patton should be consulted. - ECW Jace, 1939'; 'Mr. S. O'Melveny consulted Anne Patton regarding this adobe and she reported that the Don Benito Wilson adobe (which was on her father's property) was torn down, as unsafe, in 1910. That the house pictured here may have been built, thereafter, out of materials that came from the old Wilson adobe whe it was torn down. -- February 26, 1942'".