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Photo Gallery: Historical plaque dedicated at Diego Sepulveda Adobe in Costa Mesa

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Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley, second from right, joins other area dignitaries in unveiling a plaque Saturday commemorating the history and significance of the Diego Sepulveda Adobe at 1900 Adams Ave.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Adelia Sandoval of the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians opens Saturday’s plaque dedication proceedings with a Native American prayer outside the Diego Sepulveda Adobe in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Boy Scout Evan Peabody salutes the flag during Saturday’s historical plaque dedication at the Diego Sepulveda Adobe in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley, right, gives a certificate of recognition for the new Diego Sepulveda Adobe plaque to, from left, Helen Meyers and Lee Ramos of the Orange County Historical Commission and Gary Parkin of the Costa Mesa Historical Preservation Committee.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Visitors pose for a photo outside the Diego Sepulveda Adobe in 2016.

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Visitors tour the Diego Sepulveda Adobe during an Early California Days event in 2016. At right is a mannequin in historical dress.

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