Photograph of an exterior view of the Union High School in Whittier, showing pedestrians grouped at the sidewalk, ca.1910. A tall, three-story building is pictured at center, separated from the unpaved foreground road by a large front lawn. The building itself is designed in the Classical Revial style of architecture, a dome visible at its peak, its front door bracketed by columns and its windows mounted by triangular decorations. To the right of center, a group of five pedestrians can be seen at the beginning of a walkway that leads toward the school. One of the pedestrians wears a three-pointed hat. To the left, a sixth pedestrain can be seen on the lawn on their hands and knees, while at the sidewalk the ghost image of a departed walker is visible. Two more pedestrians can be seen coming down the path at right.