ANSWER:The photo shows Angels Flight as it crosses over Clay St. ("It is here angels do not have feet of clay" -- wow!) And a nickel does give you a lot of pull here because the cost of a round-trip ticket on this, the city's smallest franchised railroad, is -- 5 cents. But you probably guessed it. That angular car was a dead giveaway
Photograph of the old H. H. Cooper residence and an adjacent alley on Avenue 24 (formerly North Hellman Street). Avenue 24 stretches across the foreground on an upward angle from left to right. The camera looks towards the west side of the road. On the far side of the road, a building stands in partial view at left; a telephone pole stands in front of it. To the right, an alley runs perpendicular to Avenue 24 and stretches back towards the left. At center, the former residence of the H. H. Cooper family stands, obscured by 2 short pines. Another house stands to the right of it, also partially obscured by the pine trees.