- View towards the Broadway Tunnel and Fort Moore Hill from the intersection of Spring Street from the intersection with Sunset Blvd. (now Cesar Chavez Avenue). At the base of the hill a group of people gather around Myers & Co. On a platform cordoned off with a stars and stripes fabric the group of men includes Mayor Frank L. Shaw, and another man speaks into a microphone. Signs read "Myers & Co., Excavating Contractors, MU.6306". A billboard advertisement for the movie "Tarzan and his Mate" dates the photograph to 1934. A second billboard reads "No extra cost for Tetraethyl, the higher anti-knock Leader". A sign on a large house on top of the hill, known as the Banning Mansion, reads "Apartments".
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
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