Two women stand in front of a display at the Los Angeles County Fair. There is a ship labeled, "S. S. San Joaquin" and a map of Stockton. Glass jars of what may be grains line the perimeter of the display. Produce of various sorts surround the ship. Other displays are visible in the background.
The historical pageant, La Fiesta de la Rancho San Jose, at the Los Angeles County Fair celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of the first Spanish settlers, Don Ygnacio Palomares and Don Arcardo Vejar to the Pomona Valley.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Fair at Pomona Best in History: Los Angeles County Events Now in Full Blast: Exhibits Excel All Records in Size and Beauty: Race Track Laurels Expected to Set New Mark," 18 Sept. 1929: A1.
A horse stands in its stable at the Los Angeles County Fair. The horse is viewed close-up and stands in partial view at right. It extends its head beyond the boundary of the stable and looks to the left. A chain at right stretches in front of the horse and across the doorway. The rest of the horse is obscured by the shadows of the stable at right. Doors to the stable stand open along the left side.
A different photograph of Pomona College football players appear with the article, "Pomona College Football Prospects Better This Year, Speed Appears Dominant Factor: FAST BOYS ON SAGEHEN TEAM Don Plumb so Hold Down End Position Potent Backfield Predicted for Claremont Squad Sophomore Players Bolster Nixon's Outfit Eckhoff, Irving," Los Angeles Times, 14 Sep 1933: A10.
Woman stands with the San Joaquin County display at the Los Angeles County Fair. The display is surrounded by various types of labeled produce, as well as glass containers of what may be grains. An angular structure, lit from within, is at the back, with a bounty of produce under it. Signs on the structure read, "Any time is harvest time in San Joaquin County." Other people stand in the background and other displays are visible lining the wall.
Two women stand in front of the Los Angeles County display at the Los Angeles County Fair. The display consists of tiers covered in produce with a fountain at the center. Other displays are visible in the background. Chandeliers hang from the ceiling.