Photograph of a view of Hollywood showing the Bonny Brae and Ocean View tracts, ca.1900. A street runs horizontal across the photograph, several residential buildings visible behind it: to the right, what appears to be a hotel stands two stories tall next to two small sheds. To the left, a two-story home can be seen in front of a smaller building, possibly a garage. A road leading to the mountains in the background separates them. Utility poles are visible. Picture File Card reads: "Note: Appears to be a copy of a published photograph.". Photoprint reads: "Caption: Hollywood around 1900 when it was a 'remote subdivision." The Sackett Hotel (right and the De Longpre gallery and mansion (left were built as tourist attractions. They stood on what is now Hollywood Boulevard. And on a clear day, you could see the ocean -- 20 miles away".