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.
This photograph may be related to the article "R.O.T.C. Awaits Honor Award, Streamer to Be Given at Thursday Celebration, Thousand Students to Join Armistice Parade, Various Schools of City to Observe Occasion," Los Angeles Times, November 4, 1932.
Caption on sleeve of negative reads:Calif. Centennial at Jonathan ClubFrom Left to right:Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz, Sylvester Weaver (as Gen. Fremont), Leo Carrillo, Gov. Earl Warren, Los Angeles Mayor Fletcher Bowron, Louis J. Canepa (Pres. of Jonathan Club)