This photograph appear with the article, "High Winds Play Havoc With Tents at Citrus Exhibition; Gale Wrecks Orange Show; Two Are Hurt by Crashing of Heavy Timbers." Los Angeles Times, 25 Feb. 1924: A1.
An overhead view of the National Orange Show. An arch with the word, "Fontana" is in the foreground. There are people visible, one standing on a ladder and adjusting a light, others standing, others in motion. Chandeliers hang from the ceiling.
A woman sits atop an elephant-shaped display at the National Orange Show. An emblem on the side of the elephant reads, "Elephant Orchards Redlands Cal." The base of the display is covered in oranges. Other displays are visible in the background.
An overhead view of the National Orange Show. Multiple displays are visible, and there are chandeliers and fabric hanging from the ceiling. The display to the far left has lights which are illuminated on its top.
A woman stands next to the Cucamonga and Alta Loma display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of four columns and arches covered with oranges. The center of the display features a model of mountains and lakes. There is a sign on the front reading, "Cucamonga Alta + Loma The Land of Many Water..." In the background, a man is visible leaning on a structure. At the top of the photograph, there is a model of an elephant.
A woman stands next to a display at the National Orange Show. The display is a structure with three towers and the words, "Pacific Electric Railway" painted on it. The woman has her hands on a model train. A sign on the side of the display reads, "Beach resorts of Southern California are always attractive. The Pacific Electric Railway takes you there quickly, comfortably, and economically."
A woman sits on the Sacramento and Oroville display at the National Orange Show. There is a giant orange at the top, lined with lights. The center is lined with oranges. Two signs hanging on the display read, "Oroville: The land of continuous harvest," and "Sacramento: The valley of a thousand wonders." The San Diego display is visible at the right of the photograph. People are 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.
The Riverside display at the National Orange Show. The display features a globe at the center surrounded by dolls dressed in the clothes of various countries, and topped with a dove. The base is covered in oranges. On the side, there are abstract structures in geometric shapes. In the background, the Coachella Valley display is visible.
Two women pose with the Colton display at the National Orange Show, sitting just behind it. The display is covered in oranges. The arch at the top features a sign that reads, "Arch of Industrial Opportunities." Other displays are visible in the background.
A woman plays a violin in front of the American Fruit Growers display at the National Orange Show. She wears a long, tiered dress. The display runs the length of the wall and is topped by the words, "American Fruit Growers Inc."
Four women pose on the Pasadena display at the National Orange Show. The display is in the shape of a ship, including a large sail and an orange-covered base. One woman wears a sash that reads, "M. O. D."