Photograph of a portrait of Sir J. Cliffton Robinson, ca.1889-1890. Sir Robinson, the tramway king who put in the cable railroad for the Los Angeles Cable Railway Company owned by the Pacific Railway Company of Chicago, is depicted standing up against a neutral background, dressed in a suit. His watch fob is visible across his stomach, dropping onto his pants pocket at right, where he has secured his hand. He holds the stub of a cigar in his other hand. He is balding, with two tufts of hair to either side near his ears, and sport a handlebar moustache. Writing in the lower left corner of the image reads "SP 4". Picture file card reads: "J.F. Crank -- general manager/president 1890".