Photograph of a view of an unidentified street in Old Town San Diego, showing the Estudillo home where Ramona was married, ca.1898. A large, one-story adobe building is pictured at center, obscured by a collection of randomly dispersed trees. The spackle has come away on the right side, exposing the brick, and to the left, the word "Painter" is inscribed on the side in careful script. Farther back and to the left, a two-story building can be seen, with wrap-around porches on both levels. The words "Souveneirs [...] Olde[...] Tree [...]" can be partially seen on its side. Hills are visible in the background. The Estudillo home was apparently the historical site used as the home of Friar Gaspara in Helen Hunt Jackson's novel "Ramona".