Photograph of a view of Hill Street looking north from Fifth Street, Los Angeles, July 1928. The highly-ornamented one-story building of the [C]ollege Theatre can be seen to the left while pedestrians and automobiles navigate the street. Two men at the extreme right have gotten out of and are attending to their cars. Further down on the left, the Hill Street Terminal Market and the Hill Street Subway Terminal building can be seen along with the John Luchenbach Building, respectively. Other legible signs include: "Power Off", "Big Stars Only", "All Seats 10¢", "Big Double Bill", "Blondes by Choice / Claire Windsor Pretty Clothes", "Your Home Town Papers", "Foster & Kleiser", "Durant sales NOW greatest in Durant history", "Leighton Dairy Lunch", "Subway Public Market", "Shine L.A. Hat Cleaning", "Leighton California Bakery", "People's", "Shoe Repair", and "Switch".