Photograph of a street scene showing the Tremont Hotel, 1900-1940. A three story building is visible at center with a protruding covered walkway leading to the front door at street level. Balconies on the second and third stories extend the length of the building. Concrete columns are visible on the first two stories, while ornate arches and columns are visible on the third story. A fence is visible running along the flat roof. The building to the right is two stories tall with multiple tall arched windows on the second story. A tall tower with a clock and cross on top is visible to the right of the second building. A one-story building is visible to the left of the first building. Men are visible sitting on benches, congregating in groups, or driving buggies in front of the buildings. A dirt road is visible in the foreground. Photoprint reads: "On the Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific".