The "Carnation" float features a gigantic milk bottle, nine feet high, constructed of white and cream colored carnations, with a tiny fairy queen seated on top. The float is drawn by a champion 8-horse Percheron team and was entered by the Carnation milk company.
Pomona's "Legend of King Arthur" float features Kenneth Boetcher drawing a sword from the magic anvil, covered in blue delphinium on the left side of the float. The float was photographed at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd..
The float is a reproduction of the San Gabriel Mission with members of the cast of the Mission Play dressed in costumes. Three outwalkers dressed as monks are visible. The float was entered by the Mission Play.
Birdseye view of the Rose Parade with the Arcadia's "May Day" float in front. The float featured the kindergarten orchestra (Evangeline Beach, Buddy Fremhere, Jean Ross, Betty Corwin, Eleanor Lee Jack Vertolina and Millie May Pranchan, conducted by George Peckham and with Doris Joslin as organist) and teacher Dorothy Marks (as queen) and dancers (Frances Summers, June Canady, Winota Berry and Durston Williams). This is followed by the Anaheim float. The buiding on the right is located at 42 W. Colorado Blvd.