Image depicting an early model automobile covered with foliage. Robert Gaylord (possibly African American) is in the driver's seat of a Milwaukee horseless carriage, dressed in a suit and cap. The car is in a driveway with a house in the background. This was the first year that there were automobiles in the Tournament of Roses parade.
Undated photograph of a Rose Parade float with footmen dressed as roosters and equestrians in Spanish colonial and indigenous American costumes. Among the spectators, the women wear long dresses and hats, indicating a pre-1920 date for this event.
Women in long gowns with puffed sleeves ride a float in the Rose Parade, with spectators in the foreground. The apparel appears to date from 1910-1920. Another photograph of this float show it is pulled by a horse.