In a blog post about new LAPD jaywalking penalties, Southern California Public Radio posted this image of a busy intersection from 1930s Alhambra.
The LA Public Library photo archive, where the image comes from, provides the following information: "The Alhambra Police Dept. monitors a crosswalk. As a demonstration of pedestrian safety, a woman with a baby carriage is shown crossing. A Western Auto Supply store and the Alhambra Auto Electric store are across the street."
What's the intersection though? And does anyone know anything else about the image?