Photographic portrait of men standing outside the Woodhead and Gay Store on 46 and 48 north Spring Street, Los Angeles, ca.1880. Four men stand posed in front of the Woodhead & Gay General Store next to a horse-drawn cart to the right of them in back of which a fifth man stands, while several others in the background move along or seem uninterested in the photograph. A plow and other, boxed goods are piled in front of one of the men to the left. The general store itself is one story tall features three large panes for display windows, and extends eaves over the group of men. The H.J. Woollacott liquor store is also visible to the right.; Signs include: "Fruit Domestic & Foreign / Green Dried and Canned Nuts and Honey", "Woodhead & Gay Commission Merchants. Wholesale & Retail Dealers in General Produce.", "Trees Fruit and Ornamental / Shrubs, Plants, Flower, Field and Garden Seeds.", and "H.J. Woollacott, Fine Liquors / Wholesale Wine & Liquor". A man at the entrance to the general store appears either edited out or faded by motion. Picture File Card reads "Mr. Bell was bookkeeper, L.E. Myers was head clerk.".