Photograph of Mexican adobe home in Monterey, 1887. At center, six people (man, woman, and four children) can be seen standing in front of an old adobe house in Monterey. A dog and chickens are at their feet. "This is probably the Esteban Castro adobe in its original state -- built in the 1880's by General Jose Castro for his son Esteban. Later occupied by the Diaz family. Later part of Governor Morris estate." -- A. Yorba. The tile roof overhangs the house at right providing a covered outdoor area. A road with a fence along it are visible in the background.