A Tournament of the Roses parade float with a European theme (probably the entry from Czechoslovakia). The participant furthest to the left is wearing a traditional Eastern-European dress, while the three participants to the right of the float are wearing gowns. The float is decorated with palms and other various foliage, and a two-dimensional sun is suspended within an arch flanked by monumental vases of flowers.
"Underneath the Mellow Moon" float with a gondola with passengers, Nona Rybold and Ethel Kreuter, holding parasols seated at either end and "San Francisco" represented in flowers on the base. The float was designed by San Francisco area artist Rudolph G. Theurkauf.
Archway of flowers representing a hill with cottages and with a floral "Beverly Hills" sign, with floral globe within the arch, with woman in hat visible over top of arch at left, small group of people visible through arch. The float was entered by the city of Beverly Hills.
Elks Lodge marching band with a banner partially reading "...Lodge...B. P." followed by a float in the form of an Uncle Sam hat the Drummer Boys of '61 portrayed by G.A.R. veterans riding inside the hat.