Outrider on horseback dressed as frontiersmen in front of the "Blazing the Trail Westward" float. A teepee is visible on the float behind him. The float was sponsored by the Western Auto Supply Company.
It is Englishwoman Miss Royden's first time visiting the Pacific Coast as she stays with Mrs. R.I.L. Smith in Pasadena. Miss Royden attends Episcopalian church services in addition to holding her own church services on Ecclestone Street. Her favorite Bible verse is "Come now let us reason together" Isaiah I, which she also bases her religious philosophy upon.
Large May basket on float with 6 visible riders with the 2 in front holding shields bearing the letters: "TR." The float is seen at the intersection of Orange Grove and is seen at the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Orange Grove Blvd.
Men and boys watching the Rose Parade from the tile roof of the Hupmobile dealer building on W. Colorado Blvd., probably between St. John Ave. and Pasadena Ave. (later the area of a freeway underpass). The Hupp Automobile logo is on the front of the building.