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Decorated with masses of roses shading from pink to deep rose, Arcadia's float entry in the 1931 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade was a formal garden called the "Rose Court." It was occupied by a rose queen and her attendants. One woman in dress and crown stands in the middle and two boys stand on the left side of the photo.