Photograph of a view of Long Beach pier and pavilion, taken from the promenade on the north end near the "Ebel Club House", ca.1905-1910. The pavilion, at the end of the pier, has two Moorish-style dome towers with flags at the peak of each tower. People can be seen crossing the pier. There is a two-story building at the beginning of the pier. The octagonal shaped building has two Spanish-style towers near the entrance and a turret in the middle of the building. In addition, there is one dormer window (on the roof) and three arched shaped windows on each sides of its octagonal roof. There are several smaller buildings (shops?) nearby. One of these buildings displays a sign that reads: "Eastman's Shell Store". Waves of white water are crashing onto the smooth sands of the beach.