Photograph of a view of the intersection of Whittier Boulevard and Ocean View Avenue, showing a cleared lot, ca.1924. Automobiles and a bus make their way down the street at left, while at the right, traffic appears to be much lighter, and the two-story brick hospital buidling can be seen. Farther down the street, directly adjacent to this, a vacan lot is visible. Utility poles and other one-story commercial buildings line the street. To the far left, a large truck for the Daley's Grocery Store is parked, its back covered by tarp.; Legible signs from left to right include: "Daley's Chain Store Grocers", "Rexall Drugs. Soda", "Cigars", "Belvedere Gardens Express Transfer Co.", "Laer's Service Stations", "Sewing Machines", "[...] Club Ginger Ale", "Tires", "Tubes", "The Gazette Painting", "[...]obley Reality Co.", "Maximo Bakery. Hot Lunches, Tobacco & Cigars", "For Gentlemen of Good Taste, Try an Elverso Sometime. 2 for 15 cents", "Elwin Witt Ames, M.D., Physician & Surgeon", "Frank M. Wilson, M.D., Physician & Surgeon", and "Belvedere Gardens Department Store: Furnishing for Men, Women, Children and the Home".