Photograph of a view of Hollywood looking north from the Athletic Club, showing the Hotel Wilcox, Los Angeles, ca.1927. The five-story Hotel Wilcox stands at the center of the frame, ten windows across, advertising "Fireproof" under its sign while small residential buildings surround it in the foreground. Automobiles navigate the road to the bottom left into an area filled with more tall, boxy business buildings. A second residential area is visible in the distant hills, where the "Hollywoodland" sign is visible. What appears to be a weather ballon is suspended in the sky to the extreme right. Legible signs include: "Hotel Mark Twain", "[...] Transfer & Storage Co.", and "Warne[...]".