Photograph of Milton G. Cooper Dry Goods Company Building, 1900. At the center of the intersection, a large rectangular structure can be seen. The building consists of ten stories, and three columns of fire escapes can be seen along the sides of the structure. Along the base of the building, lines of automobiles can be seen. Several arches line the base of the building and frontal entryway, while rows of rectangular windows can be seen on the upper floors. In the extreme foreground, utility lines cross along the image from left to right. In the background at left, additional buildings are visible.