Rose Parade spectators in a 2-tiered grandstand with pine tree and San Gabriel Mountains in background on the north side of Colorado Blvd. at St. John Avenue. This block later became a freeway overpass. The dome of Pasadena City Hall is to the left of the lamp post.
A similar photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, August 4, 1932, Banquet Given For Shortridge, Senator Cheered to Echo by Constituents Here, Record at Washington Draws Unstinted Applause, Californian States Stand on National Questions
On a lawn in front of a Spanish style buildingis a woman in a Spanish style costume holding a clipped tree branch and standing at a display cart at the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara with a crowd of fiesta attendees in the background.
View of float with a Spanish dancer on a platform performing to music created by 4 musicians standing behind her. The float was entered by the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce and is seen at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Frank L. Shaw accepts an invitation to the formal opening of the Nsei festival from "Miss 'Lil Tokio" Alice Watanabe and her attendants. In front, left to right, Fukiko Hori, Alice Watanabe, Frank L. Shaw, and Kay Okamoto. In the back, left to right, Miye Fujioka and Mary Ota.
Left to Right:Albert Trevino (great grandfather), Mirasol Riojas, and Rodolfo Huerta (grandfather).This photograph was taken by another family member on Easter Sunday in the backyard of the family home in San Antonio, TX.
Rosalio Munoz (4 years old) is the small boy wearing shorts in the front of the photograpsh, Mercedes Gutierrez (cousin) is directly behind him, Ricardo Munoz (brother) is the young boy puckering his cheeks, Felix Gutierrez (cousing) is the boy wearing the cowboy sweater in the front of the picture, and at the far right in the front of the photograph is Maria Rosalia Munoz (sister) with her eyes closed. The photograph was taken at a Christmas party for children attending Sunday school at Asbury United Methodist Church. This church was one of the early Methodist churches to integrate in 1950s Los Angeles.
View from above of shoppers around a table of rayon print dresses during the semiannual Dollar Day sale in downtown Los Angeles. Stores hired extra salespersons and the city arranged for extra streetcars and policemen to accommodate the more than 200,000 bargain-hunters who came out for the sale
Vendor with his wares in a canvas bag suspended from his shoulder holding up a seat cushion to spectators before the start of the Rose Parade at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. with the Goodhue Flagpole in the background
The "Atlantis" float renders a rowboat approaching the castle of the queen of the lost land. The Pasadena Memorial Flagpole (Goodhue Flagpole) is visible behind the float in its original location in the middle of the intersection of Orange Grove and Colorado Boulevard. The float was entered by the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.