Photograph of a true panoramic view of Los Angeles, surrounding the intersection of Sixth Street and Spring Street, taken from the Pacific Electric building, 1904. Pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages navigate Sixth Street while Spring cuts perpendicularly to it. Highrise commercial buildings fill the cityscape. Both the large, two-story mansion-style Spring Street School next to the H. Arnold Furniture Store building and the California State Normal School can be seen.; Legible signs include: "Lyon-McKinney-Smith Co. / Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies. Parlor Goods. Couches. Matresses. Pillows. Window Shades. Cornice Poles. Upholstry and Bedding Supplies. Brass Goods. Oil Cloth. Linoleum. Rugs. Mattings. Art Squares.", "Masbury's Mixed Paints and Colors", "Mackie Fredrick's Co. / Acorn Stoves and Steel Ranges", "W.G. Hutchinson Co.", "Eastern Outfitting Co. / The Reliable Furniture Store", and "Brents / The Great Credit House".