This photograph appears with the article, "'Ice and Oranges' Theme Carried Out by Eskimo Scene: Editors and Canadians at Orange Show Today: Horse Show, Relays and Judging of Exhibits Also Scheduled at San Bernardino," Los Angeles Times, 17 Feb. 1934: 4.
Women pose in front of the Los Angeles County exhibit at the National Orange Show. In the center is May Betteridge, Queen of the Show. The display includes images of various sports, possibly made out of oranges, including baseball, snowshoeing, skating, and golf. Signs on the display read, "Los Angeles County The National Playground." There is a large, tasseled chandelier hanging from the ceiling. The two women kneeling in the front each hold an orange. In the background there are men visible, as well as Sunkist displays that run along the length of the wall.
Pat Graham and an unidentified woman stand in front of the Corona display at the National Orange Show. Both hold oranges. The display consists of a cabin covered in oranges and topped with a sign reading, "Corona," as well as swastikas. There is a doll in front of the cabin that is set up next to a wooden device. In the background, there are other displays visible, running the length of the wall.
Two women pose on the Ontario display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of a Wells Fargo wagon, bearing the words, "Wells Fargo Express - U. S. Mail. Banning & Co." Pat Graham is stepping out of the wagon and the other is helping her. Both women hold an orange. There is a sign reading "Ontario" propped up on the steps leading to the wagon. The steps are lined with oranges.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Orange King Holds Sway: Governor Opens Annual Show: Many-Hued Exhibits Glisten Amid Snowy Setting in Winter Palace: Los Angeles' Huge Futuristic Tower Holds Attention; Horses in Preview," 16 Feb. 1934: A1.
Pat Graham holds a basket of oranges at the National Orange Show. She sits on an object that appears to be covered with paper. There are oranges at her feet and also, a wall of oranges behind her. The letters "Su" are visible, possibly the start of the word, "Sunkist."
Pat Graham and two other women with the Escondido display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of an "igloo," made of oranges and artificial ice, as well as other Arctic-type items and characters. The display is covered with produce. Ms. Graham holds a basket of fruit, another woman holds an avocado, and the last woman holds a small piece of citrus fruit. The sign above reads, "Escondido in San Diego County."
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Orange King on Throne: San Bernardino Show Opens: Twenty-third Annual Exhibit Honors Woman Founder of Great Industry: Lieut.-Gov. Merriam and Other Leaders of State at Ceremonies," 17 Feb. 1933: 1.
Pat Graham and two unidentified women pose with the Ontario display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of a Wells Fargo wagon, bearing the words, "Wells Fargo Express - U. S. Mail. Banning & Co." Ms. Graham stands in the door of the wagon, holding oranges. Another woman sits in the driver's seat holding a gun and an orange, and the third woman stands in front of the display holding a shotgun. There are portraits leaning against the steps up to the display, and the steps are also lined with oranges.