On back: "Six years old--Hollywood-population 5000. Twenty minutes from Los Angeles. Between Los Angeles and the sea. The cozy corner of Southern California, where the roses bloom every day in the year. In six years we have spend $1,000,000 in making streets. We have two fine Grammar Schools and plans under way for another; a magnificent High School situated on a 12-acre campus, and have just voted $100,000 in bonds to build a Polytechnic; the College of the Immaculate Hearth School for Girls, beautifully located. Hollywood has seven churches, the Woman's Club, the Hollywood Club, The Hollywood Public Library, four banks, two newspapers, the Hotel Hollywood, the Mountain View Inn and The Bonnie Brier. Gas 80 cents per thousand. Hollywood is the home of Paul de Longpre, the greatest flower painter in the world. For further information address The Hollywood Board of Trade."