Photograph of a view of Long Beach from the pier, Los Angeles, ca.1910. Men and women walk the boards in suits and dresses, elevated above the street below, some carrying parasols. Small concession stands are pictured at the left with signs reading "Last Chance Lunch Counter", "Clam Chowder / Fish", and "Try our Sweet Pop Corn Balls / Fresh Every Five Minues", as well as a partially legible sign boasting "Cigar". At the end of the boards on the pier a small building is situated with what appears to be a stuffed camel on its roof. The gothic clock tower of the First National Bank can be seen surrounded by highrises sporting other signs which read "The Norwood / Furnished Rooms", "Bruce's Corner Post C / Office BAY CITY / W.L. Dinsmoor. / Hazelwood [...] Bros.", "The Butler / Furnished Rooms", "Long Beach Reality Co.", "The National Bank" and banner strung across the street in the distance reading "[...]dville Tabernacle".