Float created as a tribute to Will Rogers shows a white horse, probably Soapsuds, with a lowered head and empty saddle, its reins trailing on the ground, on a raised platform. A radiant star is behind Soapsuds and a U. S. flag is draped on the platform in front of him. The float was entered by the Union Oil Company. It was photographed as it passed the Goodhue flagpole at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
View of the San Diego Exposition float with 3 women seated next to a floral replica of the Spreckles organ. Behind it is a float with a floral replica of Sutter's Fort, entered by Los Angeles County. In the distance is the Humboldt County float.
View of the "Ming dynasty" float with a floral replica of a porcelain vase at the front and maidens Donetta McFarlane, Edith Garrett and Josephine Hiatt seated at the back. The float was entered by the Light Department of Pasadena.
View of a marching band, perhaps the Tournament of Roses Band, with 2 automobiles in the middle, the first with a sign reading "Director of Parade" and driven by a man with no passengers. The 2nd car has a driver and passenger. The color guard follows.