Photographic portrait of J. D. Black and Yetta Foorman, Bishop, California residents. Both persons are dressed in formal attire. Yetta Foorman wears a large-brimmed hat adorned with veiling and ostrich plumes. Title supplied by cataloger.
A view of Avalon Bay, with steamships arriving in the harbor, Sugar Loaf Rock on the far right, and the Holly Hill House with its large red-roofed turret is in the foreground on the right. The Incline Railway is visible in the lower right corner.
A view of the Hotel Hollywood, demonstrating an influence of the Mission and Moorish styles of architecture. A sign at the left below the towers says "Hotel Hollywood." The dirt road in the foreground is Hollywood Boulevard.
A photographic postcard of a street scene looking at part of the Hollywood Hotel and Hollywood Hotel Center, with pedestrians and a parked car. A store front at the right advertises "Hollywood Hotel Florist." A sign at left says...
A view along the waterfront, showing a row of boats tied up at the docks. On the right is a covered structure where crowds of onlookers wait for the sailors to disembark. The oil wells on Signal Hill are visible in the distance.
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A view of Central Park in Downtown Los Angeles. Several people can be seen throughout the park, and in the foreground, a boy is selling newspapers. In the distance, the upper part of the State Normal School building can be seen.
A man is seated in a four-wheeled cart harnessed to an ostrich; the man holds the reins in his left hand. The side of the cart reads: "Los Angeles Ostrich Farm, opposite East Lake Park." Trees and corrals are in the background.