Photographic portrait of Los Angeles High School's graduating class on Poundcake Hill, 1885. The class is shown in a composite shot. On the bottom, the class poses in four rows outside the high school's clapboarded side. On the top, a distant shot of the entire school is shown on Poundcake hill. The school is two stories tall with a small clock tower extending from the center of its roof. Below, the class is seated in the two front rows, the frontmost boys seated on the ground, while the girls behind them appear to be seated on chairs. The rest stand.; The names from left to right are; First Row: Fred Sterns, and unidentified student, George A. Fitch, Joe Ketchum, Paul Frebe, and a second unidentified student. Second Row: Bessie Harris, Babel Otis, Edith Field, Mercy Abbot, Mamie Norton, Hattie Boquest, and Lillian Thurston. Third Row: Warran Hopperstead, an unidentified student, Lavis LaBarea, T. Orella, Proffessor Bram, Otto Weid, Fred Martin, Harry Stausberry. Back row: [?] Leonis, Willie Gard, Leon Levy, an unidentified student, Vincent Guercio and Norman Martin.