The "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," float has a "National Orange Show" floral sign on the side with a giant orange on wheels as a coach, driven by Mary Jayne Shorett, as Goldilocks, and pulled by the bears, with youths dressed as pages standing at the front of the float. A floral sign at the front of the float reads "San Bernardino." The float is seen at the intersection of Colorade Blvd. and Orange Grove Blvd. The float was sponsored by the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce.
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.
The Riverside display at the National Orange Show. There is a sign on the display reading, "Riverside, Home of the parent navel orange tree. 60 years ago Mrs. Tibbets planted the first navel orange tree at Riverside California." There is a mannequin representing Mrs. Tibbets, which is holding a gardening tool. The base of the display is covered in oranges and images of (most likely) Riverside. Other displays are visible running the length of the walls.
An overhead view of the National Orange Show. Multiple displays are visible, and there are chandeliers and fabric hanging from the ceiling. The display to the far left has lights which are illuminated on its top.
A woman stands next to the Cucamonga and Alta Loma display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of four columns and arches covered with oranges. The center of the display features a model of mountains and lakes. There is a sign on the front reading, "Cucamonga Alta + Loma The Land of Many Water..." In the background, a man is visible leaning on a structure. At the top of the photograph, there is a model of an elephant.