Illustrated in the postcard foreground is a grey brick street, at the bottom right corner a man walks with probably a newspaper in his coat pocket. The left side of the card is a grey fence , at the corner of the fence is a slanted roof, purpose is not clear. There are green bushes behind the fence. A tall light post is there. On the street is horse drawn cart, a piano is on the back, a man sits beside the piano, the carriage is on the left side of the road. The middleground looks to have hotels or apartment buildings. The first is a four story white, second is a red stone three story, fourth is four story, another four story white, and then seven story red hotel with a large smoke stack and at the end of the block is the "Belmont and Nurray Hill Hotel" in New York. All along the street is the same grey metal fence behind which are trees. The Belmont has maybe tweny-one floors, some with balconys. There is a red banner in front of the building with Belmont printed on it.