Photograph of the Estudillo adobe house (made famous from the novel written by Helen Hunt Jackson entitled "Ramona"), where supposedly "Ramona's wedding [took] place", ca.1887. The single-story adobe house has an inclined roof with Spanish style tiles. Parts of the roof are warped and expose the wooden structures that form the extended eaves. The stucco is peeling from the worn and chipped adobe bricks that form the walls. "Use Itata soap", a graffito on the wall, has been edited out. Several trees and bushes are present around the house. Two utility poles, slightly slanted, stand to the right of the house. A railroad track is visible in the foreground.