Photograph of a birdseye view of Los Angeles looking south from Sixth Street between Figueroa Street and Olive Street, ca.1925. Figueroa is pictured to the far right, angling off in the distance toward the left horizon. Progressing farther left, Flower Street is shown, the blocks between the two streets enclosing what appears to be mainly industrial warehouses or office buildings. The Hotel Ritz can also be seen on this strip, along with a parking lot near the foreground. In the blocks between Flower and the following Hope Street, the buildings for an unidentified hotel and an installation of the YMCA are visible. The next strip, held between Hope and Grand Street, the Union Oil building can be seen, along with the Hotel Trinity a little farther back. To the extreme left, between Grand Street and Olive Street, the Hotel Stillwell and the Walker building can be seen.