Photograph of a view of Vine Street at Sunset Boulevard, showing the Famous Players Lasky Studio, ca.1925. Four lanes of automobiles make their way up and down the unlined street, while still others are visible parked along the sidewalks to the left and the right. Draping trees hang into the frame in the left and right foreground, obscuring the buildings behind them: to the left, a white two-story commercial building can be seen, while deeper into the frame, the overhung windows of the Famous Players Lasky Studio can be seen on the corner. To the right, a building bears a sign that reads "Real Estate. Insurance. Rentals. Leases". Behind this, a sign reading "Paramount" can be seen, just above a sign for Coca-Cola. Street lamps, utility poles and more trees line the sidewalks by the street.; The Famous Players Lasky Studio is most reknowned for its entanglement in antitrust investigations during the twenties, which scrutinized the studio for involvement in a monopoly involving domestic film distribution.