Orange Parade, Pageant Queen Edna Knoll and two maids of honor riding in car, Riverside, 1933
- Orange Parade, Pageant Queen Edna Knoll and two maids of honor riding in car, Riverside, 1933
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- May, 1933
- Los Angeles Times
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The women at left and right are two of the Orange Parade’s 1933 five maids of honor: Kay Sullivan, La Vere Simms, Evelyn Walden, Josephine Brown, or Betsy Canterbury.
Orange Parade Queen Edna Knoll, seated in back seat of open car between two other young women, all in gowns, jewelry, and tiaras, with another woman in sweater and hat partially visible in front seat, spectators, house, trees, and another car in background
This photograph appears with the article “Riverside Pays Homage to First Orange Trees, Two-Mile Street Pageant Cheered by Thousands and Banquet Feature Sixieth Birthday.” Los Angeles Times, 6 May 1933
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- b&w nitrate negative
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