Three women stand beside the Colton display at the National Orange Show. The display is lined with oranges and topped with a dome. There are paintings at the center, the visible one bearing the caption, "Industry and Freight." A sign on the display reads, "Colton has abundant supply of the purest water in this district and is a very healthy place to live," and another reads, "Colton is the heart of the Orange Empire." Other displays are visible in the background, including one featuring a car. A man and a woman are standing in the background.
Margaret Garcia, Lucy Bennett, and an unnamed woman and the Corona display at the National Orange Show. Each of the women holds an orange. The display consists of a globe made of oranges and a platform also covered in oranges. The platform bears the name "Corona" and also has swastikas on it. There are signs on the display, one reading, "Do you know that Cuba and the Panama Canal are directly south of Niagara Falls?" and the other reading in part, "Do you [know] Corona, the...is an outstanding landmark for airplanes?"
Two women stand in front of San Diego County's display at the National Orange Show. The display is lined with oranges and features two mannequins dressed in sporty outfits playing croquet. The sign on the front reads, "Playing croquet. Balboa Park San Diego, Calif. The playground of the Southwest." In the background, there is a sign that reads "Citrus experiment food show."