Photograph of a view of the Thirty-Ninth Street relief sewer reconstruction on Alameda Sreet, looking north from Forty-First Place, June 1937. An open sewer, under construction, runs from the foreground into the distance. Workers with shovels stand underground, some with their heads visible above the exposed beams of the sewer, while other stand on planks or on the sidewalk at ground level. A row of commercial buildings sits along the road in the left side of the image.; Legible signs, from left to right, include: "Foster and Kleiser. Carthay Circle Theatre Los Angeles. Now. Victor Fleming Production of Rudyard Kipling's Captains Courageous. Freddie Bartholomew. Spencer Tracy. [?] [Barry]more. Melvyn Douglas. Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures", "76 Gasoline", "Federal Tires Tubes", "[?] Café", "[?]Way Full Automatic Semis", "Tracy's Flats. [?] Air", "Economy Gasoline", "Utility Tr[ail]ers", "[?] Refrigerator".