Dr. Leonard Siever, a prominent Pasadena dentist and socialite, was murdered on December 14, 1933 as he preparing to enter his parked car. The case was never solved. This image is from Dr. Siever's photograph album.
Young women carrying the "Huntington Park High School Band" banner, followed by a drum majorette and the band. The Orth Storage building on the left was located at 238 West Colorado Blvd. (the block later became a freeway overpass). On the right, signs painted on the side of a commercial building read: "Chevrolet, Gwynn Johnson, 245," and "H. R. Slayden."
Pasadena Clearinghouse float with cornupocias spilling flowers and the word "Banks" written in flowers on the side. Two girls can be seen ringing New Years bells with the hat of a third girl just visible. The float is probably near the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Trumpeter (Edna Goss) marching with sign on trumpet in front of two boys in golfing togs carrying poles with a banner reading "Dawn," balanced by 4 women holding tennis racquets and banner streamers. The "Dawn" float that followed was entered by the American Bureau of Chiropractic.
View of the "Dream in a Bed of Roses" float with float rider Marjorie Douville seated on large, curtained floral bed flanked by tall vases with long-stemmed roses. The float was entered by the city and county of San Francisco. The Goodhue Flagpole at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. is visible behind the float on the left.
The "A Dream of Commercial Progress" float was entered by the city of Los Angeles. It featured a floral globe with continents beneath an arch-shaped floral sign reading" Los Angeles. Two young women in gowns stand on the float.
Two men dressed as pages carrying staffs with a floral banner reading "Drream Castle." The float, entered by the city of Long Beach, follows, and the Goodhue Flagpole at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. is visible behind the float.