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.
The Pomona display at the National Orange Show. The display consists of a sign reading, "Rancho San Jose. Pomona in 1875," as well as cattle and a mannequin. There is also an arch made of wood and covered with flowers. The base of the display is covered with oranges. In the background, there is a mural lining the wall featuring palm trees and other vegetation. There are also other displays that run the length of the wall.
This photograph is related to Los Angeles Times article, "Orange Show Motif Excels: First Day Attendance May Reach 10,000: Fifty Million Fruit Used to Decorate Hall: San Bernardino Exposition Hailed as Finest," 19 Feb. 1926: A1.
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."
The Riverside display at the National Orange Show. There is a sign on the display reading, "Riverside, Home of the parent navel orange tree. 60 years ago Mrs. Tibbets planted the first navel orange tree at Riverside California." There is a mannequin representing Mrs. Tibbets, which is holding a gardening tool. The base of the display is covered in oranges and images of (most likely) Riverside. Other displays are visible running the length of the walls.
National Orange Show booth at the Los Angeles County Fair. It is made up of a base covered in fruit and pillars that are topped with a pointed dome. Lights surround the border and fabric hangs from the center. A sign reads, "San Bernardino County," and another reads, "National Orange Show." There is another sign on the base that reads, in part, "20th National Orange Show, San Bernardino, February 13th to 23rd 1930..." and another that reads, "This is a complimentary exhibit not [entered] in competition."