Save Outdoor Sculpture, California, San Diego survey, 1993.
Image on file.
(Lower left corner, with date and other initials:) B. Fitzgerald (Lower right corner:) Santa Fe Bronze signed Founder's mark appears.
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Bas-relief plaque mounted on a wall. Relief depicts three men facing left. The center man, possibly a missionary, wears a broad hat and a loose robe. He gestures towards two crosses standing to the left. A sick or dying soldier lies outstretched in front of him, his head cradled by the missionary's proper left arm. The third man stands behind the missionary, holding his hat in his proper left hand. He wears pants, a belted jacket, and boots with spurs. His proper right hand rests on the missionary's proper left shoulder.