A column of mourners lined up behind a rope guideline to pay tribute to Will Rogers at the entrance to Forest Lawn with the duck pond, heron fountain and Red Cross first aid tent in the background on the right.
A similar photograph appears in the Los Angeles Times, 8/23/1935, with the caption: "World Pays Solemn Homage to Will Rogers in Final Rites at Forest Lawn; Thousands, in silent reverence, filed past the bier where Will Rogers lay beneath a flag of flowers to pay him final honor."
American Green Cross tree conservation monument, figure of standing woman with arms outstretched in front of cross, on broken trees, on pedestal reading, in part, Help Save Our Trees, with model Verlyn Sumner seated on statue waving, American Green Cross president George Barnes and sculptor Frederick Willard Potter standing at base, with crowd in foreground and at left
Funeral of Will Rogers at Forest Lawn with an honor guard of 8 enlisted men from the Seventeenth Attack Group, of General Headquarters, First Wing, March Field, attending the casket, which is draped with a floral American flag. The guard was changed every half hour. A column of mourners behind a rope barrier passes the casket.