Mrs. Cora Shaw, 3rd from left, and Mayor Frank Shaw, 6th from left, and about 13 other men and women, all in formal dress, seated at long table set with flowers, glasses, and menus or programs, under curtained balcony
Young woman, seen from the waist up, in the costume of the country of Holland [?] with a white headdress and an enormous floral skirt and apron possibly, transported by an automobile within the skirt. The float, entered by the Pomona Valley Camp Fire Girls, is seen passing the Goodhue Flagpole in the center of the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
The "Venetian Gondola" float, about 35 feet on length, is steered by a young girl costumed as the gondola. The float was entered by the Hotel Huntington. The float is shown at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. with the Goodhue Flagpole on the right.
An elderly man holding a hat and cane and wife standing in the street near the curb on Colorado Blvd. to see the Rose Parade with other spectators seated on the curb and standing on the sidewalk behind them
Floral birds pulling a float with a large globe in the center and three floral parasols above platforms at the back providing shade for 2 visible maidens. Atop the globe is a uniformed man with "Adore" (probably for Adore Dairy) written on the back of his shirt. The float is seen passing the Goodhue Flagpole at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
The covered wagon was part of the "Days of '49" entry from the Chic Chivvis Riding Academy of La Canada. The wagon is pulled by a team of 4 horses through the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Orange Grove Blvd.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, April 18, 1938, “Heat Drives 300,000 to Beach Area” … More than 3500 children swelled the Easter throng at Venice, where the youngsters took part in an Easter-egg hunt in which 14,000 candy eggs were wrapped in wax paper and buried in the sand.
An unidentified woman speaking into a microphone, James A. Wilson (center, left), member of the Native Sons of the Golden West, and another man holding up a U. S. flag, and two other men holding up a California State flag at the dedication ceremony for the Santa Barbara Courthouse. Ceremony participants are seated on folding chairs and the courthouse entrance is behind them. Observers look down from the balcony above.
View of a column of Boys in uniform in the Loyalty Day Parade. Signs on commercial buildings read "Realtors, Rentals - Insurance, R. A. Rowan & Co., 300, Title Insurance Bldg.," "Erlangers Mason Theatre," "L. A. Glass Co.," "C. H. Frost Building,"
View of an ox team of 2 pulling a cart loaded with a large barrel covered in picturesque vines for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. The ox driver carries a long pole and is dressed in white garments and a wide-brimmed hat.
The "Whistler's Mother" float with Mrs. Howard J. Sloan and with a Bible and a floral U. S. flag draped over the front.The float was entered by the Antlers of the B.P.O.E. and is shown at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Decorated automobile with 2 male riders. One rider is in military uniform and the other rider is lifting his top hat in greeting to the spectators. The automobile is shown at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. and the Goodhue Flagpole is just visible at the right edge of the image.