Sepia image of a color mural depicting Czar Paul I issues a charter for Russian trading in America. Feitelsen noted "Esthetically my principal problem was to fuse into a static, early Renaissance composition an antithetical pattern of dynamic, linear rhythms, to create a feeling of flamoyant rococo appropriate to the period depicted." One of ten murals depicting events in the history of California. They were originally created for the Los Angeles County Hall of Records in 1936 and 1937. All were removed from the building prior to its demolition on July 7, 1973. All are believed to be in storage for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.