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Portrait of Don Pio Pico and his wife, [s.d.]
Portrait of Pio Pico at ninety years of age, 1891
Portrait of Don Pio Pico and wife, ca.1850-1859
Painting of a portrait of Don Pio Pico, [s.d.]
Portrait of Governor Pio Pico with his wife and two nieces, ca.1885
Exterior view of Pio Pico's adobe, Whittier, ca.1900
Tomb of Pio Pico at Buenavista Cemetary on North Broadway Street, ca.1906
Old well at "El Ranchito", Pio Pico's home, [s.d.]
Three women standing on the veranda at the old Pio Pico residence in Whittier, ca.1890
Three women outside of the Pio Pico adobe on Whittier Road, ca.1900
Portrait of Don Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California, [s.d.]
Painting by Mrs. Alva (Uva?) Starbuck depicting the Pio Pico house in Whittier, ca.1893
Portrait of Pio Pico dressed in a long coat with top hat on the table next to him, 1860
Portrait of ninety year-old Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California, 1891
View of the courtyard at Pío Pico's residence on Whittier Road, Whittier, ca.1900
Three women standing on the porch of the Pio Pico Adobe in Whittier, ca.1888-1892
Exterior view of the Pio Pico mansion at El Ranchito, showing two women, Whittier, ca.1907
Ruins of Pio Pico's first home at Whittier Road, shown from across a pond, ca.1883
Painting of a portrait of Don Pio Pico (last Mexican governor of California, 1845-1846), ca.1885
Portrait of Don Jose Antonio Pico, II, father of Lieutenant Jose A. Pico, the elder brother of Governor Pio Pico and General Andrés Pico, ca.1860
Exterior side view of "El Ranchita", the favorite ranch of Governor Pio Pico, Whittier, California, ca.1895
Early photo facing east towards the Pio Pico House (just south of the Plaza) in Downtown Los Angeles
Portrait of General Andrés Pico, brother to former governor of Mexican Los Angeles, Pio Pico, San Fernando Valley, California, [s.d.]
Portrait of Dona Gertrudes Pico, daughter of Francisco Pico Y Vaca, at Rancho Loma in San Jacinto, [s.d.]
Portrait of Don Jose Antonio Pico II, and his son and namesake, Lieutenant Jose Arto Pico, ca.1860/1871
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