Photograph of a view of Westlake Park (later MacArthur Park), showing a horse and buggy, 1900. Two men and a woman are leaning against a mesh-wire fence (foreground) staring into the lake. Behind them are two horses harnessed to a buggy parked on a curvy dirt road. In the buggy there are two women holding umbrellas (one in the front seat, one in the back seat). To the left and right of the dirt road are dense palms and a variety of other trees. Further down the road, several rooftops to houses are visible. In the center and spanning to the right, many different buildings and houses are visible through the dense trees. To the right is the lake. On the other side of the lake, there is a pole standing almost 50 feet tall with ladder rungs leading up to about midway. In the foreground, near the shore of the lake is a gazebo with a model or sculpture of a sail boat perched on top of the roof. People are seen scattered around the lake, particularly near the shores.