View of Alberti Corral, left, standing in hat, collared blouse, pants, holding guitar, Adriana Galvez, middle, standing in hat, dress, shawl, holding castanets, William Gill, right, standing in hat, embellished jacket and pants. To celebrate the 125th anniversary of Hidalgo proclaiming the freedom of Mexico, the Mexicans of Los Angeles partook in two days of planned balls, barbeques, and parades.
View of Mrs. Bagby standing in glasses, earrings, vest, blouse, and ruffled skirt with sash tied at waist, Mr. Osborn, standing in glasses, collared shirt, jacket, pants, and holding guitar, Mrs. Osborn standing in hat, glasses, necklace, dress, and scarf hanging around neck, Mrs. Tuttle standing in hat, necklace, dress, and "vice-president" ribbon pinned on chest, Mr. Bagby standing in glasses, shirt, and pants tied with sash, Bernice Young kneeling in front in necklace, dress, and bracelets. These individuals belonged to Los Fiesteros de Los Angeles, a group dedicated to the perpetuation of the traditional Spanish fiesta in California. The women also belonged to the Native Daughters of the Golden West, a group dedicated to the preservation of California's history.