The Boys' Week Loyalty Day parade is reported in the article, "Young Manhood Proudly Flaunts Its Banner; Youth Holds Sway In City, Monster Parade of Los Angeles Boys Ushers in Week Dedicated to Future Citizens," Los Angeles Times, May 2, 1926.
A handful of spectators on Broadway watch a truck in the Loyalty Day Parade with 12 boys riding on a stepped platform on the truck bed. Signs on the truck read "Steps to Better Manhood Through Church Clubs," "Pioneers, Comrades, Young Mens Division," and "Weekly Club Meetings." Signs on commercial buildings read "Security Title Company, Titles Searched in 3 to 5 Days ...row Here For Quick Service," "T..... [Gara]ge; 107, Storage, Gas, Oil; Parking, Storage, Washing, Polishing $2.50."
View of a float in the Loyalty Day Parade with 3 riders, two in colonial period costumes playing drums, a U.S. flag, a broken wagon wheel, and signs reading "Grauman's Egyptian Theatre..," "Graumans ...The Big Parade, Last Week." Spectators watch from sidewalk. Signs on a commercial building at 101 address read "Pacific Furniture Company," "Meubles al Contado y en Abonos."