Photograph of a panorama of the San Pedro Harbor waterfront, ca.1913. At left, a long wooden dock is in the foreground, while on the far side of the water, a big sign advertises "Globe A Flour" near a large silo. Stacks of lumber are visible near the water at left, and several buildings are visible on top of a ridge that runs parallel to the waterfront in the background. At center, several large steam ships are tied up along the waterfront, including a dark-hulled ship slightly to the left of center and a light-hulled ship at center. A tugboat is also at center. There is a large square building with a domed roof overlooking the water at center. At right, a massive dark-hulled ocean liner is spewing smoke from its smokestack. The wooden dock in the foreground continues at right, and several railroad cars are visible along the curved surface. At extreme right is the shore, and the dock intersects it in the distance. Several large warehouse buildings are visible, and many ships can be seen in the water in the background.