Photograph of a birdseye view of Eleventh Street looking west from Hill Street, Los Angeles, 1931. Automobiles make their way through the city on the paved streets below the high rise buildings that flank them to either side. In the foreground, a bus tries to make its way across 11th from the intersection. In the lower left foreground, an arabesque spire can be seen, highly decorated. Advertisement signs are affixed to buildings everywhere. The Hydril building can be seen in the distance to the right. Mountains are visible in the background.; Legible signs include: "Union Oil Dag / Union Gasoline / Union Ethyl / Complete Lubrication", "The Store Where Bargains Reign", "Texaco", "L.A. Wheel and [...] Specialists", "Hotel Plesanton 1120 So. Grand Ave", "Oakland and Pontiac Motor Cars", "Firestone", "Dorothy Apts.", "Wagner Woodruf Building / Lighting Fixtures", "Home of the Western Auto Supply Co. 1100 So. Grand Ave", "Willys Distributors Inc. / Willys Knight Automobiles and Trucks / Willys Sixes Eights", "Earl V. Lewis Co. Kodak Finishing Dept. / Leave Orders Here / Will A. Kistler Company / Printers Lithographers Engravers / 215 W. Eleventh St. / Westmore 8636", "Hardy Park Economy", "Three Delicious Aunt Jemima Pancakes for 1 Cent!", "Le-Co. Flag Rental Service", "Belasco Theatre / Los Angeles Finest Legitimate Play House", "American Mortgage Company", "Curtiss Baby Ruth Candy and Gum", "Red Cap Candy", "Old Gold", "La Vida", "Winslow B. Felix Commercial Car Dept.", and "The Wade Apartments".