A Tournament of the Roses parade float with a European theme (probably the entry from Czechoslovakia). The participant furthest to the left is wearing a traditional Eastern-European dress, while the three participants to the right of the float are wearing gowns. The float is decorated with palms and other various foliage, and a two-dimensional sun is suspended within an arch flanked by monumental vases of flowers.
View of the Huntington Hotel damaged by the Long Beach earthquake, with rubble flowing down an exterior stairway. Two men are at the bottom of the stairway, 2 men stand on the banister on either side and 2 men stand at the top of the stairway. The hotel (built in 1907, located at 1401 South Oak Knoll) was repaired and in use until 1989 when it was torn down.