Contents 1 History 1.1 Other historic designations 2 Art 2.1 Statue of Junipero Serra 3 Succession of rectors, pastors and administrators 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External links

History[edit] The settlement was named for St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan Order, but was also commonly known as "Mission Dolores" owing to the presence of a nearby creek named Arroyo de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, meaning "Our Lady of Sorrows Creek."[citation needed] During the expedition of Juan Bautista de Anza, this site was identified by Pedro Font as the most suitable site for a mission in the San Francisco area.[12] The original Mission was a small structure dedicated on October 9, 1776, after the required church documents arrived. It was located near what is today the intersection of Camp and Albion Streets (according to most sources)[citation needed], about a block-and-a-half east of the surviving adobe Mission building, and on the shores of a lake (supposedly long since filled) called Laguna de los Dolores.[4] A historical marker at that location depicts this lake, but whether it ever actually existed is a matter of some dispute. (Creek geologists Janet Sowers and Christopher Richard propose that the legendary lake is the result of misunderstandings of Juan Bautista de Anza's 1776 writings. According to their 2011 hydrological map, there were no lakes in the area, only creeks.)[13] The present Mission church, near what is now the intersection of Dolores and 16th Streets, was dedicated in 1791. At the time of dedication a mural painted by native labor adorned the focal wall of the chapel. The Mission was constructed of adobe and part of a complex of buildings used for housing, agricultural and manufacturing enterprises (see architecture of the California missions). Though most of the Mission complex, including the quadrangle and convento, has either been altered or demolished outright during the intervening years, the façade of the Mission chapel has remained relatively unchanged since its construction in 1782–1791.[citation needed] According to Mission historian Brother Guire Cleary, the early 19th century saw the greatest period of activity at San Francisco de Asís: At its peak in 1810–1820, the average Indian population at Pueblo Dolores was about 1,100 persons. The California missions were not only houses of worship. They were farming communities, manufacturers of all sorts of products, hotels, ranches, hospitals, schools, and the centers of the largest communities in the 1810 the Mission owned 11,000 sheep, 11,000 cows, and thousands of horses, goats, pigs, and mules. Its ranching and farming operations extended as far south as San Mateo and east to Alameda. Horses were corralled on Potrero Hill, and the milking sheds for the cows were located along Dolores Creek at what is today Mission High School. Twenty looms were kept in operation to process wool into cloth. The circumference of the mission's holdings were said to have been about 125 miles.[14] The interior of the Mission chapel. The Mission chapel, along with "Father Serra's Church" at Mission San Juan Capistrano, is one of only two surviving buildings where Junípero Serra is known to have officiated (although "Dolores" was still under construction at the time of Serra's visit). In 1817, Mission San Rafael Arcángel was established as an asistencia to act as a hospital for the Mission, though it would later be granted full mission status in 1822. The Mexican War of Independence (1810–1821) strained relations between the Mexican government and the California missions. Supplies were scant, and the Indians who worked at the missions continued to suffer terrible losses from disease and cultural disruption (more than 5,000 Indians are thought to have been buried in the cemetery adjacent to the Mission). In 1834, the Mexican government enacted secularization laws whereby most church property was sold or granted to private owners. In practical terms, this meant that the missions would hold title only to the churches, the residences of the priests and a small amount of land surrounding the church for use as gardens. In the period that followed, Mission Dolores fell on very hard times. By 1842, only eight Christian Indians were living at the Mission.[14] The California Gold Rush brought renewed activity to the Mission Dolores area. In the 1850s, two plank roads were constructed from what is today downtown San Francisco to the Mission, and the entire area became a popular resort and entertainment district.[15] Some of the Mission properties were sold or leased for use as saloons and gambling halls. Racetracks were constructed, and fights between bulls and bears were staged for crowds. The Mission complex also underwent alterations. Part of the convento was converted to a two-story wooden wing for use as a seminary and priests' quarters, while another section became the "Mansion House," a popular tavern and way station for travelers.[16] By 1876, the Mansion House portion of the convento had been razed and replaced with a large Gothic Revival brick church, designed to serve the growing population of immigrants who were now making the Mission area their home.[citation needed] During this period, wood clapboard siding was applied to the original adobe chapel walls as both a cosmetic and a protective measure; the veneer was later removed when the Mission was restored. During the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, the adjacent brick church was destroyed. By contrast, the original adobe Mission, though damaged, remained in relatively good condition. However, the ensuing fire touched off by the earthquake reached almost to the Mission's doorstep. To prevent the spread of flames, the Convent and School of Notre Dame across the street was dynamited by firefighters; nevertheless, nearly all the blocks east of Dolores Street and north of 20th street were consumed by flames. In 1913, construction began on a new church (now known as the Mission Dolores Basilica) adjacent to the Mission, which was completed in 1918. This structure was further remodeled in 1926 with churrigueresque ornamentation inspired by the Panama-California Exposition held in San Diego's Balboa Park. A sensitive restoration of the original adobe Mission was undertaken in 1917 by architect Willis Polk. In 1952, San Francisco Archbishop John J. Mitty, announced that Pope Pius XII had elevated Mission Dolores to the status of a Minor Basilica. This was the first designation of a basilica west of the Mississippi and the fifth basilica named in the United States. Today, the larger, newer church is called "Mission Dolores Basilica" while the original adobe structure retains the name of Mission Dolores.[citation needed] Mission San Francisco de Asís around 1910. The wooden addition has been removed and a portion of the brick Gothic Revival church is visible at right. The large stone church was severely damaged in the 1906 'quake.[1] The San Francisco de Asís cemetery, which adjoins the property on the south side, was originally much larger than its present boundaries, running west almost to Church Street and north into what is today 16th Street. It was reduced in various stages, starting with the extension of 16th Street through the former mission grounds in 1889, and later by the construction of the Mission Dolores Basilica Center and the Chancery Building of the Archdiocese of San Francisco in the 1950s. Some remains were reburied on-site in a mass grave, while others were relocated to various Bay Area cemeteries. Today, most of the former cemetery grounds are covered by a paved playground behind the Mission Dolores School. The cemetery that currently remains underwent a careful restoration in the mid-1990s. The mission is still an active church, and hosts mass and other services in the mission church and the larger adjacent basilica. The mission is open to visitors, and is located on Dolores Street near its intersection with 16th Street. The San Francisco neighborhood closely surrounding the historic Mission is known as Mission Dolores, and the much larger Mission District is named for it as well. The current Pastor of Mission Dolores is Reverend Francis Mark P. Garbo. The current Curator of Mission Dolores is Andrew A. Galvan.[citation needed] Other historic designations[edit] San Francisco Historical Landmark #1 – City & County of San Francisco[17] California Historical Landmark #327-1 – site of original Mission Dolores chapel and Dolores Lagoon[18] California Historical Landmark #393 – "The Hospice," an outpost of Mission Dolores founded in 1800 in San Mateo, California[19] California Historical Landmark #784 – El Camino Real (the northernmost point visited by Serra)[20]

Art[edit] Statue of Junipero Serra[edit] Father Junipero Serra by Arthur Putnam A full-length portrait sculpture of Junípero Serra is on the property of the mission. The cast stone sculpture, by Arthur Putnam, was completed in 1909, cast between 1916–1917 and installed in 1918 when the mission was remodeled. Funding for the piece came from D.J. McQuarry and it cost $500 to cast. It is approximately H. 6 ft. 6 in. The sculpture depicts Serra wearing a monk's robe belted at the waist with a knotted rope and a rosary around his neck. He looks down, with his head bowed and eyes downward. The sculpture is on a concrete base. It is one of a series of allegorical figures commissioned by the estate of E. W. Scripps to depict California history. In 1993 it was examined by the Smithsonian Institution's Save Outdoor Sculpture! program. The program determined that the sculpture was well maintained.[21]

Succession of rectors, pastors and administrators[edit] Founders: Francisco Palóu, O.F.M., Pedro Benito Cambón, O.F.M. – June 27, 1776 Francisco Palóu, O.F.M. – June 27, 1776 – 1784 Eugene O'Connell – 1854[22] Richard Carroll – 1854–1860 John J. Prendergast – 1860–1867 Thomas Cushing – 1867–1875 Richard P. Brennan – 1875–1904 Patrick Cummins – 1905–1916 John W. Sullivan – 1916–1939 The Most Rev. Thomas A. Connolly 1939–1948 (First Auxiliary Bishop, First Rector)[23] The Most Rev. James T. O'Dowd – 1948–1950 (Rector) The Most Rev. Merlin Guilfoyle, VG – 1950–1969 (Rector) The Most Rev. Norman F. McFarland – 1970–1974 (Last Rector)[24] The Rev. Msgr. Richard S. Knapp – 1974, 1974–1983 (Served first as Administrator, then Pastor) The Rev. Msgr. John J. O'Connor – 1983–1997 The Rev. Msgr. Maurice McCormick – 1997–2003 The Most Rev. William J. Justice – 2003–2007 (Became a bishop after he left Mission Dolores) The Rev. Arturo Albano – 2007– 2015 The Reverend Francis Mark P Garbo - 2015–Present

See also[edit] San Francisco Bay Area portal Spanish missions in California San Pedro y San Pablo Asistencia List of San Francisco Designated Landmarks USNS Mission Dolores (AO-115) – a Mission Buenaventura Class fleet oiler built during World War II. USNS Mission San Francisco (AO-123) – a Mission Buenaventura Class fleet oiler built during World War II.

Notes[edit] ^ a b Krell, p. 148 ^ Worden / Leffingwell, p. 149 ^ a b c d Krell, p. 139 ^ a b Young, p. 117 ^ Yenne, p. 64 ^ Ruscin, p. 196 ^ Forbes, p. 202 ^ Ruscin, p. 195 ^ a b c Krell, p. 315: as of December 31, 1832; information adapted from Engelhardt's Missions and Missionaries of California. ^ California Historical Marker is located on Camp and Albion Streets ^ "City of San Francisco Designated Landmarks". City of San Francisco. Retrieved 2012-11-23.  ^ Zephyrin Engelhardt (1912). The Missions and Missionaries of California, Volume II: Upper California. p. 181.  ^ Amy Standen (2011-10-29). "New Water Map Washes Away An Urban Legend". NPR. Retrieved 2012-01-02.  ^ a b Cleary ^ Johnson, p. 129 ^ Johnson, p. 130 ^ San Francisco Historical Landmark #1 ^ California Historical Landmark #327-1 ^ California Historical Landmark #393 ^ California Historical Landmark #784 ^ "Father Junipero Serra, (sculpture)". Save Outdoor Sculpture!. Smithsonian American Art Museum. Retrieved 13 May 2012.  ^ "San Francisco". April 20, 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-20.  ^ "Archbishop Thomas Arthur Connolly". David M. Cheney. Retrieved 21 January 2015.  ^ "Thomas Arthur Connolly" (PDF). Diocese of Orange. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-01-30. Retrieved 2010-04-20. 

References[edit] Cleary, Brother Guire (January 31, 2003). "Mission Dolores Links San Francisco with its 18th Century Roots – Founded as La Mission San Francisco De Asis by Franciscans, it survived earthquake and fire". Catholic San Francisco. Archived from the original on February 5, 2007. Retrieved March 23, 2007.  Forbes, Alexander (1839). California: A History of Upper and Lower California. Cornhill, London: Smith, Elder and Co.  Johnson, Paul C. (supervising editor) (1964). The California Missions. Menlo Park, CA: Lane Book Company. LCCN 64-22823.  Krell, Dorothy, ed. (1979). The California Missions: A Pictorial History. Menlo Park, CA: Sunset Publishing Corporation. ISBN 0-376-05172-8.  Ruscin, Terry (1999). Mission Memoirs. San Diego, CA: Sunbelt Publications. ISBN 0-932653-30-8.  Worden, Alastair; Leffingwell, Randy (2005). California Missions and Presidios. Voyageur Press. ISBN 978-0896584921.  Yenne, Bill (2004). The Missions of California. San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press. ISBN 1-59223-319-8.  Young, Stanley; Levick, Melba (1988). The Missions of California. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books. ISBN 0-8118-3694-0. 

Further reading[edit] Engelhardt, O. F. M. (1924). San Francisco or Mission Dolores. Chicago, IL: Franciscan Herald Press.  Jones, Terry L.; Klar, Kathryn A. Klar, eds. (2007). California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity. Landham, MD: Altimira Press. ISBN 0-7591-0872-2.  Milliken, Randall (1995). A Time of Little Choice: The Disintegration of Tribal Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area 1769–1910. Menlo Park, CA: Ballena Press Publication. ISBN 0-87919-132-5.  Paddison, Joshua, ed. (1999). A World Transformed: Firsthand Accounts of California Before the Gold Rush. Berkeley, CA: Heyday Books. ISBN 1-890771-13-9.  San Francisco Morning Call (June 8, 1889). "Mission Dolores – The Cemeteries Now Ready to Be Transferred to the City". San Francisco Morning Call.  Schafer, Mike; Welsh, Joe (1997). Classic American Streamliners. Osceola, Wisconsin: MotorBooks International. ISBN 978-0-7603-0377-1. 

External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mission Dolores. Mission Dolores Basilica Mission Dolores via The Archdiocese of San Francisco Elevation & Site Layout sketches of the Mission proper Catholic San Francisco – History of Mission Dolores San Francisco Public Library – Photographs of Mission Dolores Map of Mission Dolores and nearby water sources (from California Historic Plaque marking original site of Mission Dolores at Camp and Albion Streets in SF Mission Dolores Neighborhood Association American Southwest, a National Park Service Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary Early History of the California Coast, a National Park Service Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary Listing, drawings, and photographs at the Historic American Buildings Survey Ground plan of Mission Dolores, San Francisco, Ca at The Bancroft Library Howser, Huell (December 8, 2000). "California Missions (107)". California Missions. Chapman University Huell Howser Archive.  v t e Franciscan Missions in California San Diego de Alcalá (1769) San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (1770) San Antonio de Padua (1771) San Gabriel Arcángel (1771) San Luis Obispo de Tolosa (1772) San Francisco de Asís (1776) San Juan Capistrano (1776) Santa Clara de Asís (1777) San Buenaventura (1782) Santa Barbara (1786) La Purísima Concepción (1787) Santa Cruz (1791) Nuestra Señora de la Soledad (1791) San José (1797) San Juan Bautista (1797) San Miguel Arcángel (1797) San Fernando Rey de España (1797) San Luis Rey de Francia (1798) Santa Inés (1804) San Rafael Arcángel (1817) San Francisco Solano (1823) Asistencias Nuestra Señora Reina de los Angeles (1784) San Pedro y San Pablo (1786) Santa Margarita de Cortona (1787) San Antonio de Pala (1816) Santa Ysabel (1818) Estancias San Francisco Xavier (Castaic) (1804) San Bernardino de Sena (1819) Santa Ana (1820) Las Flores (1823) See also Architecture of the California missions Mission Revival Style architecture California mission clash of cultures Catholicism portal v t e San Francisco attractions Landmarks 49-Mile Drive Alcatraz Bay Bridge Cable Cars The Castro Chinatown City Hall Cliff House Coit Tower F-Market Streetcar Fairmont Hotel Federal Reserve Bank Ferry Building Fisherman's Wharf Fort Mason Fort Point Ghirardelli Square Golden Gate Bridge Grace Cathedral Haight-Ashbury Jack Kerouac Alley Lombard Street Mark Hopkins Hotel Market Street Mission Dolores Nob Hill North Beach Old U.S. Mint Painted ladies Palace of Fine Arts Pier 39 Public Library Sutro Baths Sutro Tower Transamerica Pyramid Treasure Island Union Square Museums and art Asian Art Museum Aquarium of the Bay Cable Car Museum California Academy of Sciences Cartoon Art Museum Children's Creativity Museum Chinese Historical Society Museum Conservatory of Flowers Contemporary Jewish Museum The Walt Disney Family Museum de Young Museum Exploratorium Haas-Lilienthal House Legion of Honor Musée Mécanique Museo ItaloAmericano Museum of Performance & Design Museum of the African Diaspora Precita Eyes Randall Museum Ripley's Believe It or Not! San Francisco Art Institute Diego Rivera Gallery San Francisco Museum of Modern Art San Francisco Maritime Railway Museum USS Pampanito Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts Parks and recreation Alamo Square Bay Area Ridge Trail Candlestick Point Corona Heights Crissy Field Dolores Park Glen Canyon Golden Gate National Recreation Area Golden Gate Park Lafayette Park Lake Merced Marina Green McLaren Park Mount Davidson Mount Sutro Ocean Beach The Presidio San Francisco Bay Trail San Francisco Zoo Stern Grove Twin Peaks Yerba Buena Gardens Views Coit Tower Twin Peaks Seal Rocks/Ocean Beach Baker Beach Golden Gate Bridge Fort Funston Hamon Observation Tower at the de Young Museum Strawberry Hill Crissy Field Pacific Heights Alamo Square/Painted Ladies Top of the Mark Alcatraz Treasure Island Lombard Street Powell-Hyde Cable Car Ferry Building Bernal Hill 49-Mile Scenic Drive Hawk Hill Fort Baker Entertainment American Conservatory Theater Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Cow Palace The Fillmore War Memorial and Performing Arts Center Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Sports San Francisco Giants AT&T Park Candlestick Park Kezar Stadium Food and drink Anchor Steam Boudin Bakery Buena Vista Cafe Cioppino Dungeness crab Ghirardelli Square Mission burrito Tadich Grill Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar Top of the Mark Shopping Metreon Stonestown Galleria Union Square Westfield San Francisco Centre National Register of Historic Places listings in San Francisco Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 267455573 Retrieved from "ís&oldid=823626195" Categories: Spanish missions in CaliforniaRoman Catholic churches in San Francisco1776 in Alta CaliforniaBasilica churches in CaliforniaMission District, San Francisco1776 establishments in CaliforniaReligious organizations established in 177618th-century Roman Catholic church buildingsRoman Catholic churches completed in 1791Roman Catholic churches completed in 1918California Historical LandmarksLandmarks in San FranciscoRoman Catholic churches on the National Register of Historic Places in CaliforniaNational Register of Historic Places in San FranciscoSan Francisco Designated LandmarksRoman Catholic Archdiocese of San FranciscoRoman Catholic churches in CaliforniaTourist attractions in San FranciscoSpanish Colonial architecture in CaliforniaSpanish Colonial Revival architecture in CaliforniaMuseums in San FranciscoReligious museums in California18th-century churches in the United StatesHidden categories: Coordinates on WikidataAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from June 2015Articles with unsourced statements from April 2014CS1: Julian–Gregorian uncertaintyWikipedia articles with VIAF identifiers

Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces ArticleTalk Variants Views ReadEditView history More Search Navigation Main pageContentsFeatured contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate to WikipediaWikipedia store Interaction HelpAbout WikipediaCommunity portalRecent changesContact page Tools What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page Print/export Create a bookDownload as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons Languages DeutschEspañolFrançaisItalianoNederlandsNorskTürkçe中文 Edit links This page was last edited on 2 February 2018, at 11:57. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Privacy policy About Wikipedia Disclaimers Contact Wikipedia Developers Cookie statement Mobile view (window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgPageParseReport":{"limitreport":{"cputime":"0.472","walltime":"0.597","ppvisitednodes":{"value":5361,"limit":1000000},"ppgeneratednodes":{"value":0,"limit":1500000},"postexpandincludesize":{"value":128593,"limit":2097152},"templateargumentsize":{"value":9143,"limit":2097152},"expansiondepth":{"value":16,"limit":40},"expensivefunctioncount":{"value":7,"limit":500},"entityaccesscount":{"value":1,"limit":400},"timingprofile":["100.00% 477.995 1 -total"," 39.24% 187.557 4 Template:Infobox"," 33.15% 158.458 1 Template:Infobox_Missions"," 17.39% 83.115 1 Template:Reflist"," 14.10% 67.413 6 Template:Citation_needed"," 12.36% 59.092 6 Template:Fix"," 11.68% 55.824 7 Template:Cite_web"," 10.62% 50.782 1 Template:Location_map"," 9.70% 46.362 13 Template:Cite_book"," 6.49% 31.030 12 Template:Category_handler"]},"scribunto":{"limitreport-timeusage":{"value":"0.226","limit":"10.000"},"limitreport-memusage":{"value":6864696,"limit":52428800}},"cachereport":{"origin":"mw1331","timestamp":"20180219030647","ttl":1900800,"transientcontent":false}}});});(window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgBackendResponseTime":88,"wgHostname":"mw1321"});});

Mission_San_Francisco_de_Asís - Photos and All Basic Informations

Mission_San_Francisco_de_Asís More Links

San Francisco De Asis Mission ChurchMission Dolores State Historic SiteMission San Francisco De AsísPanama-California Exposition (1915)Mission San Francisco De Asís Is Located In San FranciscoMission San Francisco De Asís Is Located In CaliforniaMission San Francisco De Asís Is Located In The USSan FranciscoCaliforniaGeographic Coordinate SystemPatron SaintFrancis Of AssisiFrancisco PalóuJunípero SerraSpanish Missions In CaliforniaNative Americans In The United StatesOhloneOhloneBaptismSecularizationCatholic ChurchRoman Catholic Archdiocese Of San FranciscoNational Register Of Historic PlacesCalifornia Historical LandmarkList Of San Francisco Designated LandmarksEnlargeSan FranciscoSpanish Missions In CaliforniaMission (Christian)LieutenantJosé Joaquin MoragaFrancisco PalóuJunípero SerraDe Anza ExpeditionSpanish PeopleAlta CaliforniaEvangelismIndigenous Peoples Of The AmericasOhloneFrancis Of AssisiFranciscan OrderOur Lady Of SorrowsWikipedia:Citation NeededJuan Bautista De AnzaPedro FontWikipedia:Citation NeededAdobeMission Dolores MuralAdobeArchitecture Of The California MissionsWikipedia:Citation NeededSan Mateo, CaliforniaAlameda, CalifEnlargeMission San Juan CapistranoJunípero SerraMission San Rafael ArcángelMexican War Of IndependenceCalifornia Gold RushGothic RevivalWikipedia:Citation NeededClapboard (architecture)1906 San Francisco EarthquakeChurrigueresquePanama-California ExpositionWillis PolkJohn J. MittyBasilicaWikipedia:Citation NeededEnlargeArchdiocese Of San FranciscoBasilicaSan Francisco NeighborhoodsMission DistrictWikipedia:Citation NeededCalifornia Historical LandmarkSan Mateo, CaliforniaEl Camino Real (California)EnlargeFather Junipero SerraArthur PutnamJunípero SerraArthur PutnamRosaryAllegorical FigureE. W. ScrippsSmithsonian InstitutionSave Outdoor Sculpture!Francisco PalóuFrancisco PalóuEugene O'ConnellThomas Arthur ConnollyMerlin GuilfoyleNorman Francis McFarlandWilliam J. JusticePortal:San Francisco Bay AreaSpanish Missions In CaliforniaSan Pedro Y San Pablo AsistenciaList Of San Francisco Designated LandmarksUSNS Mission Dolores (AO-115)USNS Mission Buenaventura (AO‑111)Oiler (ship)World War IIUSNS Mission San Francisco (AO-123)Smithsonian American Art MuseumCatholic-Hierarchy.orgRoman Catholic Diocese Of OrangeLibrary Of Congress Control NumberInternational Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-376-05172-8International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-932653-30-8International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/978-0896584921International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/1-59223-319-8International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-8118-3694-0International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-7591-0872-2International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-87919-132-5International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/1-890771-13-9Mike Schafer (author)MotorBooks InternationalInternational Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/978-0-7603-0377-1Historic American Buildings SurveyThe Bancroft LibraryHuell HowserChapman UniversityTemplate:Alta California MissionsTemplate Talk:Alta California MissionsFranciscanSpanish Missions In CaliforniaMission San Diego De AlcaláMission San Carlos Borromeo De CarmeloMission San Antonio De PaduaMission San Gabriel ArcángelMission San Luis Obispo De TolosaMission San Juan CapistranoMission Santa Clara De AsísMission San BuenaventuraMission Santa BarbaraLa Purisima MissionMission Santa CruzMission Nuestra Señora De La SoledadMission San José (California)Mission San Juan BautistaMission San Miguel ArcángelMission San Fernando Rey De EspañaMission San Luis Rey De FranciaMission Santa InésMission San Rafael ArcángelMission San Francisco Solano (California)Nuestra Señora Reina De Los Angeles AsistenciaSan Pedro Y San Pablo AsistenciaSanta Margarita De Cortona AsistenciaSan Antonio De Pala AsistenciaSanta Ysabel AsistenciaRancho San FranciscoSan Bernardino De Sena EstanciaDiego Sepúlveda AdobeLas Flores EstanciaArchitecture Of The California MissionsMission Revival Style ArchitectureCalifornia Mission Clash Of CulturesPortal:CatholicismTemplate:San Francisco AttractionsTemplate Talk:San Francisco AttractionsSan Francisco49-Mile Scenic DriveAlcatraz IslandSan Francisco–Oakland Bay BridgeSan Francisco Cable Car SystemThe Castro, San FranciscoChinatown, San FranciscoSan Francisco City HallCliff House, San FranciscoCoit TowerF Market & WharvesFairmont San FranciscoFederal Reserve Bank Of San FranciscoSan Francisco Ferry BuildingFisherman's Wharf, San FranciscoFort MasonFort Point, San FranciscoGhirardelli SquareGolden Gate BridgeGrace Cathedral, San FranciscoHaight-AshburyJack Kerouac AlleyLombard Street (San Francisco)Mark Hopkins HotelMarket Street (San Francisco)Nob Hill, San FranciscoNorth Beach, San FranciscoSan Francisco MintPainted LadiesPalace Of Fine ArtsPier 39San Francisco Public LibrarySutro BathsSutro TowerTransamerica PyramidTreasure Island, San FranciscoUnion Square, San FranciscoAsian Art Museum Of San FranciscoAquarium Of The BaySan Francisco Cable Car MuseumCalifornia Academy Of SciencesCartoon Art MuseumChildren's Creativity MuseumChinese Historical Society Of AmericaConservatory Of FlowersContemporary Jewish MuseumThe Walt Disney Family MuseumDe Young (museum)ExploratoriumHaas-Lilienthal HouseLegion Of Honor (museum)Musée MécaniqueMuseo ItaloAmericanoMuseum Of Performance & DesignMuseum Of The African DiasporaPrecita EyesRandall MuseumRipley's Believe It Or Not!San Francisco Art InstituteDiego Rivera GallerySan Francisco Museum Of Modern ArtSan Francisco Maritime National Historical ParkSan Francisco Railway MuseumUSS Pampanito (SS-383)Wattis Institute For Contemporary ArtsAlamo Square, San FranciscoBay Area Ridge TrailCandlestick Point State Recreation AreaCorona Heights ParkCrissy FieldDolores ParkGlen Canyon ParkGolden Gate National Recreation AreaGolden Gate ParkLafayette Park (San Francisco)Lake MercedMarina GreenJohn McLaren ParkMount Davidson (California)Mount SutroOcean Beach, San Francisco, CaliforniaPresidio Of San FranciscoSan Francisco Bay TrailSan Francisco ZooSigmund Stern Recreation GroveTwin Peaks (San Francisco, California)Yerba Buena GardensCoit TowerTwin Peaks (San Francisco)Seal Rocks (San Francisco, California)Ocean Beach, San FranciscoBaker BeachGolden Gate BridgeFort FunstonDe Young MuseumStrawberry Hill (San Francisco)Crissy FieldPacific HeightsAlamo SquarePainted LadiesTop Of The MarkAlcatrazTreasure Island, San FranciscoLombard Street (San Francisco)San Francisco Cable Car SystemSan Francisco Ferry BuildingBernal Heights Summit49-Mile Scenic DriveHawk Hill, CaliforniaFort BakerAmerican Conservatory TheaterBill Graham Civic AuditoriumCow PalaceThe FillmoreSan Francisco War Memorial And Performing Arts CenterYerba Buena Center For The ArtsSan Francisco GiantsAT&T ParkCandlestick ParkKezar StadiumAnchor Brewing CompanyBoudin BakeryBuena Vista CafeCioppinoDungeness CrabGhirardelli Chocolate CompanyMission BurritoTadich GrillTonga RoomTop Of The MarkMetreonStonestown GalleriaUnion Square, San FranciscoWestfield San Francisco CentreNational Register Of Historic Places Listings In San Francisco, CaliforniaHelp:Authority ControlVirtual International Authority FileHelp:CategoryCategory:Spanish Missions In CaliforniaCategory:Roman Catholic Churches In San FranciscoCategory:1776 In Alta CaliforniaCategory:Basilica Churches In CaliforniaCategory:Mission District, San FranciscoCategory:1776 Establishments In CaliforniaCategory:Religious Organizations Established In 1776Category:18th-century Roman Catholic Church BuildingsCategory:Roman Catholic Churches Completed In 1791Category:Roman Catholic Churches Completed In 1918Category:California Historical LandmarksCategory:Landmarks In San FranciscoCategory:Roman Catholic Churches On The National Register Of Historic Places In CaliforniaCategory:National Register Of Historic Places In San FranciscoCategory:San Francisco Designated LandmarksCategory:Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of San FranciscoCategory:Roman Catholic Churches In CaliforniaCategory:Tourist Attractions In San FranciscoCategory:Spanish Colonial Architecture In CaliforniaCategory:Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture In CaliforniaCategory:Museums In San FranciscoCategory:Religious Museums In CaliforniaCategory:18th-century Churches In The United StatesCategory:Coordinates On WikidataCategory:All Articles With Unsourced StatementsCategory:Articles With Unsourced Statements From June 2015Category:Articles With Unsourced Statements From April 2014Category:CS1: Julian–Gregorian UncertaintyCategory:Wikipedia Articles With VIAF IdentifiersDiscussion About Edits From This IP Address [n]A List Of Edits Made From This IP Address [y]View The Content Page [c]Discussion About The Content Page [t]Edit This Page [e]Visit The Main Page [z]Guides To Browsing WikipediaFeatured Content – The Best Of WikipediaFind Background Information On Current EventsLoad A Random Article [x]Guidance On How To Use And Edit WikipediaFind Out About WikipediaAbout The Project, What You Can Do, Where To Find ThingsA List Of Recent Changes In The Wiki [r]List Of All English Wikipedia Pages Containing Links To This Page [j]Recent Changes In Pages Linked From This Page [k]Upload Files [u]A List Of All Special Pages [q]Wikipedia:AboutWikipedia:General Disclaimer

view link view link view link view link view link