A Los Angeles County Fair midway is viewed from an elevated perspective as it stretches through the center of the image and into the distance. Tents cover amusement rides in the foreground, left-of-center. Farther down the midway, a Ferris wheel rises and is viewed from the side. A long tent stretches back along the left edge. Canopies and tents cover booths that line the midway's right side. A few people are visible strolling the fair grounds.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Fair at Pomona Best in History: Los Angeles County Events Now in Full Blast: Exhibits Excel All Records in Size and Beauty: Race Track Laurels Expected to Set New Mark," 18 Sept. 1929: A1.
Two women stand in front of the Riverside County display at the Los Angeles County Fair. The display consists of a base covered in oranges and images of Riverside County. It is topped with gourds and two lit figures holding up a platform covered with fruit. Other displays are visible in the background.
Pasadena Chamber of Commerce booth at the Los Angeles County Fair. The booth features a small stage with dolls dressed as fairies, as well as what may be a swan. There is a rug laid on a set of stairs that leads up to the arched and elaborately decorated backdrop. People are visible at the left of the photograph.