Two women stand in front of the Los Angeles County display at the Los Angeles County Fair, which features a fountain at the center. Surrounding the fountain, there are tiled tiers topped with fruit, as well as plants. Other people are visible in the background. Chandeliers hang from the ceiling.
This photograph appears with the article, "County Fair Gates Open on Great Wonderland: Old Mother Goose and Blue Eagle Predominate in Exhibit Array; Pari-Mutuel Betting Begins," Los Angeles Times, 16 Sept. 1933: A1.
Photograph of a crowd watching a man and a motorcycle on a raised wooden stage. A sign behind the man with the motorcycle reads in English, “MOTOR DROME America’s Greatest DARE DEVILS offer a new sensation in TRICK and ACROBATIC RIDING with MOTORCYCLES and AUTOS RISKING THEIR LIVES DAILY FOR NEW THRILLS AT 60 MILES PER HOUSE ON THESE STRAIGHT…” The rest of the sign is covered by the motorcycle.
The historical pageant, La Fiesta de la Rancho San Jose, at the Los Angeles County Fair celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of the first Spanish settlers, Don Ygnacio Palomares and Don Arcardo Vejar to the Pomona Valley.
Milk Maid's Star, a grand champion bull, and a girl at the Los Angeles County Fair. The girl holds the bull at the nose ring. She wears a dress. They are standing outside and cars are visible in the background, along with a field of some kind of crops. People are also visible in the background, as is a flag flying at the right of the photograph.