Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
Second.--As most fitting for a second premium, on account of its originality, the Committee adjudge the small Landscape in oil, (No. 240,) by G.H. Baker, of Sacramento. The production, although defective in proportion, and rather raw in coloring, nevertheless possesses much interest for the Californian--representing, as it does, the first house met by the weary immigrant in the Sierra Valley, and known as Beckwith's Ranch. [P. 140; exhibited under heading: "Report of Committee on Paintings."]
Transactions of the California State Agricultural Society during the year 1858. Published by Resolution of the Senate at the Tenth Session of the Legislature. Sacramento: Printed by John O'Meara, State-Printer for California. 1859.