Photograph of the Hotel Willoughby on the corner of Fifth Street and Hill Street, Los Angeles, ca.1900. The Victorian-style high rise, which was owned by Mrs. E. Hollingsworth, is three stories tall and features a pointed spire at the top of its corner which reads along the rim "[...]ail Bath". Below "Willoughby Hotel" seems to have been written in the display windows to either side of the entrance, although it seems to be an edit added to the negative. A riderless horse-drawn carriage stands parked to the right side. The street is dirty and has streetcar tracks embedded in it. Other, smaller buildings can be seen behind the hotel. Other legible signs include: "Bicycles".