Photograph of a view of the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Cherokee Avenue on the southeast corner slushy with snow and water, January 21, 1912. The F.C. Howland motor car supply building can be seen prominently at center, on the corner of the two streets, next to which the Hollywood Electric Shop also stands. Automobiles are parked along the streets, which are covered in slush and slick with water. A sign posted to the utility pole in front of Fowland's reads "Free Air". A second sign to the left of the building reads "Ford".