Photograph of a Tijuana Rancho adobe across the California-Mexico border in Mexico, ca.1900. The squat, ranch-style adobe is built with irregularly shaped adobe blocks, many of them with jagged edges that jut from the structure. The roof is crudely-thatched straw. There are two doorways along the front wall. Next to the adobe, about three-quarters its height, is a much more skillfully crafted dome kiln, which also appears to be made from adobe. Spare adobe blocks and scrub vegetation fill the terrain in front.