This actually is the Myers' residence. Millionaire mine-owner Alva D. Myers' home on Ocean Avenue was the most expensive in Long Beach, and it had beach frontage at the back. The house on the left and garage on the right were destroyed in the 1933 earthquake. Three vintage motor cars are sown on the street, one looking very much like a 1918 Oldsmobile touring car. The publisher's number in front of the title is 250. Another number in the lower left corner is 7490. The approximate date is the 1910s.