Photograph of the corner of Sixth Street and Olive Street looking west on Sixth Street, Los Angeles, ca.1927. The six-story Pacific Mutual Life and Accident building stands at the center right of the photograph, each of its sets of windows lined on either side by false columns while automobiles, pedestrians and cable-cars make their way along the streets below. Two identical highrise sections extend about the Pacific Mutual Building from a central base beneath them. A sign for the Hotel Lamm is visible on another building in the background down Sixth Street. The most prominent cable-car, pictured on Olive bears a sign reading "Bimini".