The "Germany" float features a log cabin emitting a wisp of smoke in front of the Schwarzwald--the Black Forest. A ski jumper (Russell Mercer) and bob-sledress (Esther May Muhleman) represent the German Youth Movement (Freideutsche Jugend). The float was designed by Georgia Josephine Chobe and is shown at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
View down the Rose Parade route on West Colorado Blvd. from St. John Avenue, facing east, towards spectators and six decorated automobiles and equestrian participants. The Orth Storage commercial building on the right is was located at 238 W. Colorado Blvd. Opposite is a commercial sign reading "Chrysler Plymouth." This block later became a freeway overpass.
"Rainbow and the Pot of Gold" float with four fairies seated on a half rainbow and a mound of oranges representing the pot of gold at the base of the rainbow. Three outwalkers holding streamers are visible. The float is seen at the intersection of Colorade Blvd. and Orange Grove Blvd. Entered by the city of Covina.
"Festival Days in Flowers" float with Edna May Paige representing a goddess surrounded by 5 children. The float was entered by the city of Pomona. The float is seen at the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Orange Grove Blvd.
"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How does Your Garden Grow?" was the theme of this float, entered by the elementary schools of Pasadena. Mary is represented by Gladys Brooks and the other girls on the float are Ramona Martin, Kathryn Snyder, Eleanor Bothell, Phyllis Williams and Frances Ewer. The float is shown at the intersection of Colorado Blvd. and Orange Grove Blvd.
Street vendor with a sandwich style display of football mementos and carrying memento canes walking along the route of the Rose Parade with two men and a boy walking behind him and spectators seated in the background
Rose Parade spectators watching from the windows, the roof and in front of the commercial building at 42 West Colorado Blvd. (built in 1929). Signs on the building read: "Pittsburgh Paint Store," and "The J. A. Phelps Co."
Float with 2 trumpeters in the front, a floral eagle in the middle and a queen wtih crown seated on a throne at the back. Attendants and three outwalkers are also visible. The Pasadena Post Office at 281 E. Colorado Blvd. is visible across the street.
View of "Queen of 2 fairies seated on butterflies at the front of the "Queen of the Fairies" float with 2 outwalkers costumed as butterflies on the right. A sign on a commercial building reads "Citizens..."
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.
"Alice in Wonderland" float in the form of an open book with "Once upon a time" written on the left page. The Red queen is played by Cricket Caukin, the March Hare is played by Marvel Purrucker, the mad Hatter is played by Jean Bellinger, Alice is played by Dorothy Clayton, the little fairy is Laura Jacobson and Eugene Ober and Eugene Pitzer are the gnomes. The float was entered by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and this photograph was taken on Orange Grove Blvd. before the start of the Rose Parade.