A interior view of an Angelus Studio exhibit at the First Portland Business Show in Portland, Oregon. Mounted photographs line the display area. A banner that reads, Angelus Commercial Studio, hangs on the wall above the photographs. A wicker chair, a rug with geometric patterns on its surface, and a vase filled with flowers on top of a wooden table are also visible in the exhibit space. Next to the Angelus Studio exhibit is the West Coast Engraving Company's exhibit, which is identified by a banner that hangs above the exhibit space. Visible in the engraving exhibit space are three prints of women in bathing suits.
Manuscript describing the sound that tree crickets produce in the night, comparing it to a symphony. There is a brief physical description as well as the fact that only male tree crickets produce sound.