This old victorian mansion stands in the heart of Sacramento, California. It was the home of California’s governors up to the election of Ronald Reagan as Governor. The current Governor, Jerry Brown lived in this home as a child when his father Edmund “Pat” Brown was Governor, and again during his last tenure as Governor. It is maintained today as a museum. This pen and ink drawing is done on Bristol board. I used a crow quill pen with higgins ink, and a rapidograph for the straight lines.