And the much more rarely-seen view from the top of the observation tower.
It's a rather dizzying sight, isn't it? We're even higher up here than Bunker Hill itself! What a teeming multitude is below. Judging by the shadows and the crowd, it looks like it's noontime on a high summer's workday, and yearwise, you can tell we're still in the "aughts" here as indicated by the scarcity of automobiles. It's almost all foot- and trolley-traffic down there.
Here's another view from the top of the tower. This one dates closer to the 1901 opening of Angels Flight, though...
Los Angeles Public Library.