Although the description on this hand-tinted picture postcard states that the photograph is of "'D' Street on a busy Day," D Street was renamed to Broadway in 1913. A group with a flag can be seen waiting to join from the right, around the corner. Crowds are gathered on each side of the street, with no streetcars on the tracks, and a parade group of people here displayed in yellow dress are shown marching up Broadway toward the top right. Motor cars and pedestrians are drawn up on the left, suggesting that this intersection is the beginning of the parade, with groups coming in from the right at bottom. The message section on the reverse of the card bears a seal of the Panama-California Exposition of 1915. The Curt Teich number on the back of the card is A-32767, decoded to the year 1913.