Photograph of exterior of the Consolidated Rock Products Company, showing two men standing near group of flowers, April 1929. At center, the large exterior of the structure is visible. The base of the building is composed of several columns. A single man can barely be seen standing near one of the columns. Eight arched entrances can be seen at the building's base. Along the sides of the building, several columns and beams are plainly visible. A small roofed structure stands above the rectangular body of the building. Four groups of windows can be seen on this structure, and a group of wooden beams can be seen to its right. To the left of the building, a winding stairwell can be seen. To the left of the large building, a smaller building can be seen. This structure only has a single rectangular doorway that is open showing parts of the interior. To the far right, a small group of automobiles can be seen. In the foreground at center, a large group of flowers sits in a patch of lawn. To the left, two men stand near the border of the lawn and face one another. Part of a small building is seen to their left. In the extreme background, groups of utility poles and trees are seen.