Photograph of an exterior view of the Pacific Electric Building on the corner of Sixth Street and Main Street, ca.1910-1919. The eight-story building is at center and is large and rectangular. All eight of its stories have rows of rectangular windows, and the top floor has arched windows as well. The corner of another large building can be seen in the foreground at left. On the street at the base of the Pacific Electric Building, several early model automobiles are visible. Many pedestrians are walking on the sidewalks.; Legible signs include, "[?]man Shoes", "American Express Company", "P. E. Aseptic Barber Shop", "Cigars", "A. B. Greenwald Cigar Co.", "The American Drug Co.", "Pacific Electric Ry Main Passenger Station", and "Coca Cola".