The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Fall 1991, Volume 37, Number 4
Richard W. Crawford, Editor
Page 256. The Edward Vischer sketch of 1865 showing the south wing of the Pablo Apis Adobe. Just to the right of the chimney are remnants of fallen walls which would almost double the length of this wing.
Page 256. Detail of the Apis Adobe.
Page 258. The west wing of the Apis Adobe as exposed in the archaeological excavations of 1989. The patio is to the right. It is thought that ‘Pablo’s private room’ was the one in the rear.
Page 260. Temecula and vicinity, showing the relationship of the Apis Adobe to modern highways and downtown Temecula.
Page 262. Isaac Williams
Page 264. The village of Temecula and vicinity, showing the several historical sites which clustered around the mission-era pond.
Page 267. Tax return of Isaac Williams.