Photograph of an exterior view of the U.S. Hotel at 170 North Main Street, showing a street lamp in the foreground, ca.1935. Two three-story Victorian-style buildings are pictured at center wedged between commercial shop fronts. The U.S. Hotel is closest to the foreground, while the Leighton Restaurant can be seen farther back. Both buildings feature a tower of sorts, the hotel's sprouting from the flat roof, the restaurant's extending from a column of windows at its corner. The New Palace Cafe and a sign that reads "Shoe Store. Shoes for the whole family" can be seen at right. A sign to the left reads "Victor's". Cars are parked along the sidwalk. Street car cables are attached to the top of a streetlamp visible in the left foreground.