A child sits on the Escondido display at the National Orange Show. The display bears two signs, one that reads, "Escondido 60 Years Ago," and the other that reads, "Today." There are two small vignettes of houses and an orange grove in front of the home of today. There are oranges lining the front of the display.
A woman emerges from the giant orange at the center of the Redlands display at the National Orange Show. The base of the display features rows of oranges. Giant silver dollars surround the orange at the top and fabric is draped over the entire display. A sign on the base reads, "Golden fruit to silver dollars flow at this our National Orange Show." Another sign reads, "25th Anniversary National Orange Show 1935."
A woman points to the Orange County display at the National Orange Show. The display is a giant box propped open and featuring the words, "Orange County Nature's Prolific Wonderland," and a map of Orange County, with the words, "Orange County Harbor Pleasure Port of the Pacific" on it. The box and the base are decorated with oranges. There is a mannequin wearing a turban standing next to the box.
The Escondido display at the National Orange Show, which is in the shape of a pirate ship. There is a mannequin dressed like a pirate, looking into a treasure chest filled with fruit. A woman stands on the ship, holding an orange. The entire ship is covered in oranges. There is a sign above that reads, "Escondido in San Diego County."
National Orange Show display at the Los Angeles County Fair. The base of the display is covered in oranges. There are four columns topped with lights, and a canopy hanging above. Baskets of fruit surround the display and a bench with lights on it sits in front. There are also large vases of flowers surrounding the display and one at the center. A sign on front reads, "National Orange Show every February San Bernardino California." Other displays are visible in the background.