Seen from the back, a procession lead by man carrying a flag, followed by a conquistador, a monk, and soldiers in the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. Signs on commercial buildings read: "Pelch & Blauvelt Cigars," "Blue Bird Cafe."
Possible bridal procession at the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. View of 1 couple and 6 men in Spanish-style dress on horseback. The woman wears a light-colored dress with ruffles and a lace mantilla over a high comb. The men wear dark, close-fitting embroidered suits with short jackets and hats with ribbon bands. The couple may be the bride and groom who were married during the fiesta that year as described in a 8/19/1932 Los Angeles Times article titled "Historic Pageant Opens Santa Barbara Fiesta..." stating "The bridal pair on horseback were escorted by many riders by caballero and senorita, while a creaking careta carried members of the family of both bride and groom."
View of an ox team of 2 pulling a cart loaded with a large barrel covered in picturesque vines for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. The ox driver carries a long pole and is dressed in white garments and a wide-brimmed hat.