Possible bridal procession at the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. View of 1 couple and 6 men in Spanish-style dress on horseback. The woman wears a light-colored dress with ruffles and a lace mantilla over a high comb. The men wear dark, close-fitting embroidered suits with short jackets and hats with ribbon bands. The couple may be the bride and groom who were married during the fiesta that year as described in a 8/19/1932 Los Angeles Times article titled "Historic Pageant Opens Santa Barbara Fiesta..." stating "The bridal pair on horseback were escorted by many riders by caballero and senorita, while a creaking careta carried members of the family of both bride and groom."
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.
On a lawn in front of a Spanish style buildingis a woman in a Spanish style costume holding a clipped tree branch and standing at a display cart at the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara with a crowd of fiesta attendees in the background.
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.
Seen from the back, a procession lead by man carrying a flag, followed by a conquistador, a monk, and soldiers in the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. Signs on commercial buildings read: "Pelch & Blauvelt Cigars," "Blue Bird Cafe."
View of a float covered in greenery and carrying a woman dressed as Saint Barbara standing in front of a turreted tower, and a driver, pulled by a team of 4 white horses in the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. Two men ho horseback and in Spanish dress ride on either side of the float. Signs on commercial buildings read: "...Roslyn costumers, Spanish fiesta Costumes...," "Pelian," and "Pianos."