Two women in light-colored Spanish-style dresses on horseback at the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. Each woman wears a lace mantilla over a high comb. They may have participated in the parade.
Two oxen pulling a cart with a canopy carrying passengers in the parade of the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. The ox driver carries a long pole and is dressed in white garments and has long, unruly hair.
Stagecoach pulled by a team of 4 horses with passengers departing Los Angeles for the 2-day journey to the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara, where they were to participate in the parade and deliver an invitation to the Los Angeles World Congress of Rough Riders and Rodeo. On top of the coach are Jose Arias and his celebrated Mexican orchestra (Jose Arias Troubadours) playing guitars and a mandolin. The driver is Buster Trow (silent Westerns actor). Inside the coach Miss Irene Tillinghast, left (of the Los Angeles Museum of History and Science); and Orpha Klinker, right (California artist) are visible. "U.S. Mail" and "Louisville and ..." are painted on the stagecoach. A streetcar is visible behind the stagecoach.
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.