Honestly, I could look at photos like this all day long. This is Hollywood Boulevard, looking east from McCadden Place in 1928. We can see the vertical sign for Grauman’s Egyptian Theater, with the Pig ‘n’ Whistle restaurant next door—both are still here. Across the street is a sign for the Myer Siegel & Co. department store. The car in front of the streetcar has me worried—were people allowed to drive on the tracks? Or only if they were preparing to turn onto a side street?