The Andres Pico Adobe before its restoration, 1927. The artist in the foreground is Claude A. Whisman, a Los Angeles police officer, who was recovering from a gun shot wound. His painting is on display in the Adobe. The Andres Pico Adobe was built in 1834 and it was owned by General Andres Pico. It is the second oldest adobe home in the City of Los Angeles. It was fully restored to its original condition in 1930 and is now the home of the San Fernando Valley Historical Society. The Adobe is located 10940 Sepulveda Boulevard in Mission Hills. #P710. Black and white photograph, 3 x 4.5 in.