Photograph of a tall eucalyptus tree on the corner of 36th Place (or Street?) looking west from University Avenue, ca.1908-1910. The tree, standing about 100 feet tall, towers above everything within the vicinity. It's trimmed to look like a flagpole. Patches of leaves cover the trunk. The tip of the tree is tilting to the right. Most of the buildings nearby are two-stories or smaller. To the right of the tree are a real estate office and a bicycle shop. Utility poles line the street. Legible signs include: "Thomas Lloyd real estate", "[...]ary public", "home [...] of New York", "money to loan", "real estate loans, insurance", "bicycle", "repairing neatly done", "Westley Ave".