Photograph of a birdseye view of the Pasadena National Bank Building on the southeast corner of Colorado Boulevard and Fair Oaks Avenue, ca.1908. The imposing three-story bank building has ten chimneys visible, and decorative arched windows and awnings over the second-story windows on its right side. Further down the street on the right are several smaller buildings with awnings on the street level, and the Green Hotel is on the other end of the block. There is an extensive web of utility wires above the intersection, and in the street and on the sidewalk there is an assortment of mounted riders, pedestrians and horse drawn vehicles. Legible signs include, from left to right, "Putman Furniture", "Masonic Temple", "Boxes", and "Pasadena National Bank".