Pat Graham holds a basket of oranges at the National Orange Show. She sits on an object that appears to be covered with paper. There are oranges at her feet and also, a wall of oranges behind her. The letters "Su" are visible, possibly the start of the word, "Sunkist."
A woman sits upon the San Joaquin County display at the National Orange Show, which is in the shape of a ship. In front of the ship, there are various gourds and other produce in glass vessels. There is a sign to the right of the ship that reads, in part, "The San Joaquin County... Located at Stockton California... Cost $6,000,000. Length of Channel 88 mi... Depth 26 ft. Width 100 feet at bottom, 300 feet at surface, Curves 5000 foot maximum radius. Marked & Lighted. The Port of Stockton was officially..." Painted on the wall behind the ship is, "County of San Joaquin California's Inland Port."
The Los Angeles County display at the National Orange Show. At the center of the display is a fountain, which is surrounded by oranges. There are large, candle-shaped lamps all around the display. There are tasseled fabrics hanging from the ceiling.
Pat Graham and two other women with the Escondido display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of an "igloo," made of oranges and artificial ice, as well as other Arctic-type items and characters. The display is covered with produce. Ms. Graham holds a basket of fruit, another woman holds an avocado, and the last woman holds a small piece of citrus fruit. The sign above reads, "Escondido in San Diego County."
Two women stand, holding oranges, in front of Riverside's display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of columns covered in oranges, as well as a center cube that features a picture of a freeway, among other images. There is tented fabric at the top of the display. In the background, the Sunkist display is visible running the length of the wall.
The Corona display at the National Orange Show. The display features a building made of oranges topping a stand also covered in oranges. Baskets of flowers sit on the base. A model zeppelin is attached to the top of the building and the words, "City of Corona" or written on it. A display running the length of the wall is visible in the background.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Orange Show Achieves Art: Modernistic Motif Prevails at San Bernardino: Decorations and Exhibits Superbly Beautiful: Gov. Tapia Praises it as Surpassing Scene," 14 Feb. 1930: A1.