Photograph of an adobe commercial building on North Broadway, Sonora Town, 1900. Seven people are posed, waiting alongside the road in front of the dilapidated adobe. One man of the seven stands way off to the left, on his own. Another hides behind a utility pole to the right. The adobe stands behind them, much of its spackle having crumbled away, its bricks showing. The roof and the upper level of the long building are made of wood planks, which have begun to sag inward at the left. The roof is shingled. A wooden overhang shades some of the multiple doors on the building's front. The windows are shuttered and missing several slats. The remains of a second adobe are visible to the far left. Streetcar tracks are visible in the unpaved road. A message painted on the left wall reads "Help Employ M[e]".