Description:A photograph of Williamsgate Street in Galway. There is a jeweller's shop on the right with the name Dillon over the shop. The words "Ornaments and Jewellery" are diplayed on the shop window. The words "Makers of the Claddagh Ring" are displayed on the wall of the building. Also, there is a clock on the wall of the building. The words "Dublin Time" are written underneath it. The words "Watch Maker" are written above it. On the opposite side of the street, there is a building with the word Alexander written over its door. The word Moon is not visible. This store used to have the words "Alexander Moon" over its door. Above this, there is a building with the words "Colonial Buildings". Higher up on the wall are the words "McNamara & Co.". Further up the street, there is a building with the name "McDonagh's" on its wall. At the top of the street, there is an open topped tram. There is a horse and cart and a horse and carriage in the scene. There are several people in the photograph. Some women are wearing hats. One woman is wearing a shawl and carrying a basket. She seems to be barefoot. There is a member of the Royal Irish Constabulary standing on the street.