Photograph of two panoramic drawings from Ward Brothers in Ohio, depicting views from the state Normal School, Los Angeles, 1889. The top view shows a large hill, possibly Pound Cake Hill after the removal of Los Angeles High School (formerly Fort Moore), behind which the residential area of the city can be seen. A church is evident in the left background. Several horse-drawn carriages make their way down the street to the right. Mountains can be seen in the background. The bottom view looks north and northeast on the city may show the blocks between Grand Avenue and Hope Street. Streetcars navigate the paved road to the left. A park is pictured at the center of the scene to the right of the street. The spires of several churches are evident. Mountains can be seen in the background. Image joins with CHS-7352.; CHS-7351 -- Photograph of two panoramic drawings from Ward Brothers in Ohio, depicting vies from the state Normal School, Los Angeles, 1889. The two drawings comprise the left side of the adjoining panoramas from CHS-7351. The top panorama shows pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages making their way towards a fork in the road in the foreground. They are flanked to either side by Victorian-style houses, one of which in the right foreground has its wash hung out to dry in the back yard. Mountains are visible on the horizon. The bottom panorama shows a more densely populated area. An long building that appears to be either a courthouse or hotel stands on the corner at a crossroads while a horse-drawn carriage rides by. A cluster of trees fills the area in the foreground next to it. More Victorian-style housing continue into the rest of the city behind it, along with a few high rise buildings. Mountains are visible along the horizon.