Photograph of a view of Western Avenue at Vernon Avenue, ca.1924. One automobile crosses the width of the image on Vernon, while the majority of the other autos, including a bus and a lightly-colored car, make their way up and down Western. On the corner to the left, the two-story brick building of the Bernard Drug Company can be seen, just in front of the Benson Market building, where pedestrians can be seen making their way along the sidewalk. More pedestrians can be seen crossing the intersection at the extreme right of the photo. Utility poles that line Western to either side make a web of cables over the street.; Other legible signs from left to right include: "Hardware", "Mary Jane Beauty Shoppe", "Barber Shop", "Candy Soda Lunch", "Radio Sets", "Batteries, Generators and Ignition Repairs", and "Byers & Roland Gas 17 cents. 1 gallon for $1.00".