Santa Inés Historic Images
Mission Santa Ines, founded near the end of the mission-era on September 17, 1804, was never fully abandoned and became the site of California’s first seminary/college. The Santa Inés mission was extensively illustrated throughout the years.
This gallery contains images of the mission as well as photographs of the ruins of a grist mill and fulling mill located about five and a half miles from the central mission complex
Mission Santa Ines by HMT Powell 1850
Mission Santa Ines by Henry Miller 1856
Santa Ines Henry Chapman Ford 1886
Santa Ines by Henry Sandham 1883
Santa Ines by Edward Deakin 1899
Mission Santa Ines by Chris Jorgensen
Santa Ines Mission in 1898
A Photochrom Image
Mission Santa Ines by David J McLaughlin 2014
Drawing of Santa Ines in 1891
From Century Magazine.
Historic Image of Santa Ines With a Man Sitting on the Bank
Painting of Mission Santa Ines
By William Sparks, circa 1933.