Page 7. James R. Moriarty
Page 7. Fray Junípero Serra.
Page 8. Captain Gasp?r de Portolá
Page 8. Signature of Portolá
Page 9. Father Serra among the Indians. Reproduction of a painting which hangs in the sacristy of the parish church in Petra, Mallorca.
Page 10. José de Galvéz, Visitador General, to whom Serra’s letter of July 2, 1770 was addressed.
Page 11. Father Serra saying Mass in the shade of the historic oak tree at The founding of San Carlos Mission. Serra Cause photo of an 1876 painting by Troisset. The scene described in Serra’s account of the observances at Monterey was no doubt very similar to this one.
Page 12. Royal Chapel of Monterey, built by the Spanish in 1794.
Page 13. Church of San Cárlos at Monterey.
Page 14. Serra’s office, Carmel Mission.
Page 15. Serra’s cell, Carmel Mission.
Page 16. Viceroy Antonio M. Bucareli figured prominently in the correspondence which underlay the dispute between Serra and the military authorities.
Page 16. Marquis de Croix, Bucareli’s predecessor, warned Bucareli about the potential trouble between civil and religious authorities in Alta California.
Page 17. Fages’ letter to Father Serra, October 11, 1772.
Page 19. Serra’s reply to Fages, October 13, 1772.
Page 20. Mission San Luis Obispo, founded by Father Serra while en route with Fages from Monterey to San Diego, in late summer of 1772.
Page 21. Mission San Buenaventura, the founding of which was subject of an open altercation between Serra and Fages.
Page 22. Fray Francisco Palou, friend and biographer of Serra. Photo print courtesy Title Insurance and Trust.
Page 22. Statue of Serra, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
Page 23. Father Serra baptizing an Indian infant. Reproduction of an old drawing.
Page 24. Fray Junipero Serra. An impressionistic painting by the Valencian artist Usabal.
Page 25. Artist’s concept of Father Palou entering Serra’s name in the Book of the Dead at Santa Clara Mission.
Page 25. Serra’s burial crypt, Carmel.