Photograph of the exterior view of the International Bank Building on the southwest corner of Spring Street and Temple Street, Los Angeles, 1910. The 11-story building has a cornice that circles the building just under the third floor. Another cornice, just under the top floor, has ancones supporting it. Several windows at the center of the building have fancy window hoods with pediment supported by ancones. Early-model cars and pedestrians are traversing the streets. Utility lines zigzag across the streets.; Legible signs include: "I. Weinberger, cigars and tobacco, best of all Garcia-Vega cigar", "[...]adora cigar", "[...]ston [...]", "coroner", "[...]P. Doyle, attorney", "county law library", "International Bank Building".