This photograph was taken during a banquet held to honor Japanese pioneers during the Nisei Festival. At the banquet, "white pioneers" of the city were accorded places of honor along with Little Tokyo's residents.
From left to right, Little Bear, F.E. Burkhardt, and Chief Many Treaties standing together beside a wall. Little Bear and Chief Many Treaties are wearing feather headdresses and traditional Native American clothing. Burkhardt is dressed like Buffalo Bill. This photograph was probably taken on August 5, 1935 during Fiesta Week at the Plaza Church in Los Angeles.
Concert being held in the patio of Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church at the Los Angeles Plaza for Fiesta Week. Sign says: "Carnival...--Fiesta Week, Auspices, Los Angeles Landmark Restoration Association". Photo looks to be taken at night.
Los Angeles Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz surrounded by (from left to right) sisters Josephine and Maria del Carmen Otero, Carmen Vilaubi, and Consuelo Ruiz. The Oteros, Vilaubi, and Ruiz are wearing traditional Mexican and Spanish clothing. Behind them are other people and the Plaza Church. This photograph was probably taken during the Old Plaza Mission Restoration Fiesta at the Mission Plaza on August 5, 1935.
Photograph of Carmen Gonzales, queen of El Festejos Patrios Mexicanas ,with her maids in waiting, Sarah Rivera and Maria Cruz. All three wear floor length gowns that appear to be made of silk or satin.
Photograph of Mary Plimpton, an assistant at the Fiesta organised by the Los Angeles Landmarks Restoration Association at the Mission Plaza, trying her hand at fishing in the grab-bag fish pond. She is standing against the fish pond which is painted over with cartoon fish. A sign reading, "Fish Pong, 10c" hangs over the pond, set in front of flags from several countries as well as the United States flag.