The statement of significance is listed as: "Probably the finest surviving example of the Mexican period traditional one story adobe ranchhouse in its rural setting, Rancho Los Alamos was established about 1840 by the son of the Commandant of the Presidio of Santa Barbara. Los Alamos was a favorite overnight stopping place for wayfarers passing over El Camino Real between Santa Barbara and Monterey."
It was owned, along with several other properties, by José de la Guerra y Noriega.
ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM AT UCSB FEATURES 'CAREFREE CALIFORNIA: CLIFF MAY AND THE ROMANCE OF THE RANCH HOUSE' AND CATHERINE OPIE PHOTOS OF CLIFF MAY HOUSES.
Jan 25, 2012; SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- The following information was released by the University of California - Santa Barbara: The Art, Design...
ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SANTA BARBARAFEATURES 'CAREFREE CALIFORNIA: CLIFF MAY AND THE ROMANCE OF THE RANCH HOUSE' AND CATHERINE OPIE PHOTOS OF CLIFF MAY HOUSES
Jan 26, 2012; SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Jan. 25 -- The University of California at Santa Barbara issued the following press release: The Art,...