Photograph of an exterior view of the Burruel adobe, its porch overgrown by bushes, San Juan Capistrano, ca.1930. The one-and-a-half story ranch house is shown at a slight angle at center, diminishing towards the left. Tall bushes that appear to be roses grow up the support beams for the adobe's awning, reaching the roof in some spots. To the right, a squat annex can be seen that is made of the same wooden boarding as the top half-story of the adobe. A dirt road stands in the foreground. Picture file card reads "Also called the Chola Martinguez Adobe".; Photoprint reads: "Burruel Adobe on old Camino Real, north of Las Rosas Hotel...owned by Dona Josefina Ybarra de Hunn, who inherited it from her godfather Don tomas Burruel. It is known as the 'Chola Martina Adobe', famed as sweetheart of Juan Flores, the bandit. She was servant of the Burruels and long lived here".