The Alabama Crimson Tide football team arrives in Pasadena for their appearance in the 1938 Rose Bowl Game. Alabama lost the game (13-0) to the California Golden Bears from UC Berkeley, ending a four game winning streak in Rose Bowl appearances for the Crimson Tide.
Photograph of a main street in Ketchikan, as viewed from above from the docked ship, Aleutian. People, viewed from above, stand on the dock along the bottom edge of the image. Above them, a ship's rail stretches across the image. The pier extends back. Cars park in a diagonal row on the right side of the pier. Beyond the pier, a street passes horizontally through the image. A perpendicular street at center stretches back from it, curving to the right and out of view. Buildings line this street. A banner hanging over the front of the street reads, "WELCOME VISITORS." Mountains rise in the far distance.
Photograph of a banner stretching over Peachtree Street in Atlanta. The camera looks north up Peachtree Street. The side of a building (likely the Candler Building) stands in the foreground along the right edge. A street splitting off of Peachtree Street extends on an upward angle across the mid-ground from left to right. Street car tracks line the street. Peachtree Street enters frame from the left and extends back through center. On the intersection's corner at right, businesses stand and stretch back towards center. Their signage reads, from front to back, "[...] JEWELRY CO.," "LOEW'S GRAND," "PARAMOUNT," and a billboard atop a building reads, "Wesson Oil." Stretching over the street at center is a banner which reads, "SHRINE INDOOR 3 RING CIRCUS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM NOV. 10 thru 18." Buildings line the left side of Peachtree Street. Signage on these buildings reads, from front to back, "PEACHTREE HATTERS," "[???] GRAND Shop HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS," "Georgia [???]," "Velvet CLUB," and "BUTLERS SHOES." Street car cables crisscross the intersection overhead. Buildings line Peachtree Street as it stretches into the distance. A tall building stands in the background at left and a water tower stands atop a building in the background at center.
Young women carrying the "Huntington Park High School Band" banner, followed by a drum majorette and the band. The Orth Storage building on the left was located at 238 West Colorado Blvd. (the block later became a freeway overpass). On the right, signs painted on the side of a commercial building read: "Chevrolet, Gwynn Johnson, 245," and "H. R. Slayden."