Photograph of a statue of Father Junipero Serra at Monterey, ca.1887. The monument portrays Serra standing beside a small boat. A wrought iron spike fence surrounds the monument. Hills can be seen in the background. Legible dedication reads: "Here June 3 1770 landed Very Rev. Father Junipero Serra, O.S.F. and founded the following missions, San Diego, July 16, 17[...], San Carlos Monterey, June 3, 17[...]0, San Antonio de Padua, July [...], 1771, San Gabriel, Sept. 8, 1771, San Luis Opispo, Sept. 1, 1772, San Francisco, de Los Dolores, Oct. 9, 1776, San Juan Capistrano, Nov. [...], 1776, Santa Clara, Jan. 13, 1777, San Buenaventura, Mar. 21, 178[...] and died Aug. 28, 1784, in San Carlos Mission Carmelo Valley. 'As the Lord livith, even that my [...] saith that will I speak [...]' 2nd Chron. 18th Chap., 13th Verse. This monument erected by Jane L. Stanford, in the year 1891, in memory of Father Junipero Serra, a philanthropist seeking the welfare of the humblest [...] and ready to sacrifice himself for the good of his fellow beings, a [...] of his master."