Photograph of Henry E. Huntington stepping away from his carriage as he arrives at the Van Nuys Hotel (now The Barclay). Henry E. Huntington stands in the near distance, left-of-center. He appears to face towards the camera, but gazes slightly towards the right. To the right of him, a horse-drawn carriage sits in the street. It is viewed at an angle from the side, facing towards the right. A carriage driver sits atop the carriage and the horse pulling the carriage is in partial view along the right edge of the image. In the foreground at left, a horse's head juts into frame. In the background, a couple three-story buildings line the far side of the street at center. Spectators stand on a rooftop at far right. Additional carriages travel along the street behind Henry Huntington.
ANSWER: You really should have recognized the scene in the photo because it shows the viaduct where 1st St. becomes Beverly Blvd. and, what's more, shows 2nd St. where IT becomes Glendale Blvd. and, all in all, it's pretty doggone complicated.