Antonio Regalado Calvo (1900-1973) and Maria de la Luz Mendez Calvo (1896-1982) were immigrants from Sonora, Mexico. They made a life together as the owners of a small Mexican restaurant, Las Delicias Café in the city of San Fernando, California. Both Antonio and Luz, independently, moved north during the time of the Mexican Revolution. Married in 1926, they had four children and were active in the Santa Rosa parish, the Catholic Church in San Fernando that served the Mexican immigrant population. They are buried at the San Fernando Mission cemetery. This photograph shows most of the family gathered to celebrate Antonio R. and Luz's 40th wedding anniversary. Top row: Richard Calvo, Lucille Calvo Cantu, Frank Cantu, Jr., Raul Calvo, Julie C. Calvo, Analisa (Lisa) Quintana, Delia Calvo Quintana, Katherine (Kathy) Quintana, Lucinda (Cindy) Quintana, Frank Cantu. Front Row: Alexander Calvo, Luzanne (Luz) Calvo, Antonio M. Calvo, Julie B. Calvo, David Cantu, Nancy Cantu, Michael Calvo, Tina Marie Quintana. Missing from the photograph are Stephen Cantu and Daniel Quintana, who took the photograph. 4.4 in. x 6.4 in.