Photograph of a view of Wilshire Boulevard at Kip Street, looking east toward downtown, showing road widening and improvement, December 1934. Wilshire Boulevard is bordered by piles of dirt in the foreground, while its dirt lanes are occupied by construction equipment and Department of Public Works workers. Men stand on the dirt in the right foreground, near a sign on a wooden fence that reads "Slow. Danger". Automobiles are parked in a lot in the left centerground, while another lot is advertized by a sign reading "Entrance. Auto Park. All Day. 10 Cents" in the right centerground. Many commercial buildings are visible in the background, including highrises and the "Paul G. Hoffman Co. Inc. [?] Service".