This snapshot shows the 5th courthouse on the right edge. The view is looking toward the SE showing northern side of the courthouse facing the camera.
The parapet at bottom left is on the Professional Building (Concord Square). The parapet can be seen more fully in a detail from an aerial photo that dates between 1931 and 1940 in the second image.
The photo is dated 1926 but probably is from a little later. The Professional Building was not finished when the Great Depression started. The August 1930 Sanborn map sheet showing the square has the notation 'Construction Suspended' on the building. It would not be totally finished until the massive modernization that turned it into Concord Square.
The large dome of the courthouse is in one its dark paint phases but the tops of the small dome are still light colored. The photo shows has a great shot of the detailing of the roof on the north and south sides of the courthouse, one of the advantages of finally having a building tall enough to see to take such a shot from.
The building just to the left of the clock dome on the courthouse is the Marion Block / Holder Block building. Just to its left can be seen the building that was between the Munroe and Chambliss bank to its north and the Harrington Hall Hotel to is south.
On the left side of the photo can be seen the Ocala House hotel. The mansard roof is gone from the tower and the porches that were on the southern end of the front of the building are also gone.
Above the wing of the Ocala House that faced Broadway are the parapets sticking above the Merchants Block building which was remodeled into the Todd Building decades later. Above them can be seen the 3 story Baptist Witness building, which housed the Marion General Hospital in its first home on the top floor. The Marion General Hospital was renamed Munroe Memorial Hosptial when it moved into its 4th home south of downtown. In its last years, the Baptist Witness Building became the home of the Marion County health department.