Photograph of a two-story apartment house in the Monterey Colonial style of architecture. Two people are standing on the first story, nearby a bicycle that leans against the wall. Another two people are standing on the porch on the second story. A row of bushes is planted in front of the building. The back of the photograph contains the handwritten and typed words "Otto Hopkins, Elizabeth St." There is no additional information to indicate if Hopkins is one of the people in the photograph, nor is there any information about the location of Elizabeth Street. There is no "Elizabeth Street" in the City of Los Angeles, but there are streets with that name in the Los Angeles County communities of Pasadena, Compton and Cudahy.
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