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Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX

Mission San Juan de Capistrano, Berg's Mill-Graf Road, San Antonio, Be...

Significance: First established in 1716, then relocated in 1731 on its present site, the Mission San Juan is one of five extant mission complexes in San Antonio dating from the eighteenth century. These buildin... more

Donaville Broussard, Beaumont

Donaville Broussard, Beaumont

Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Project slave narratives collections.

Donaville Broussard, Beaumont

Donaville Broussard, Beaumont

Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Project slave narratives collections.

Bill McRay, ex-slave, Beaumont

Bill McRay, ex-slave, Beaumont

420098. District no. 27. Picture no. 65. Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Wri... more

Bill McRay, ex-slave, Beaumont

Bill McRay, ex-slave, Beaumont

420098. District no. 27. Picture no. 65. Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Wri... more

Valmar Cormier, Beaumont

Valmar Cormier, Beaumont

420079. District no. 27. Picture no. 225. Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Wr... more

Valmar Cormier, Beaumont

Valmar Cormier, Beaumont

420079. District no. 27. Picture no. 225. Official project no. 265-6903. Work project no. 6900(27). Forms part of: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Wr... more

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