Photograph of a view of Fourth Street in Santa Ana, showing a horse-drawn carriage and a man on a bicycle, ca.1910. The carriage, next to which a dog walks, is pictured at the left side of the unpaved street that bisects the image. Apparently moving, the dog and carriage are blurred. Farther right, across a set of railcar tracks at the center of the street, a man on a bicycle can be seen riding away from the viewer. Two- to three-story commercial buildings line the streets on either side, just a few feet back beyond the sidwalks, along with what appears to be a church in the left distance. To the right, bicycles can be seen leaning against the curb, while pedestrians stand at the corner in the foreground, from which a utility pole can be seen to extend. A lantern hangs above the scene from a set of cables suspended by the pole.; Legible signs from left to right include: "Bristol & Rowley, Druggists", "Drug Store", and "[W]all Paper".