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Pioneer Days in Santa Monica, views 1-4
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Photos of the June 1930 Santa Monica Pioneer Days celebration and parade, to commemorate pioneers who came to California by covered wagon in 1830. All photos shows the parade along Ocean Avenue, with the palms of the Promenade behind. Photo 1: a young man is dressed in a buckskin outfit, two others are dressed as Indians with one of the men standing in front of a teepee. This whole scene rides atop a flatbed truck with a sign that reads "West Hollywood". Photo 2: a wagon is pulled by steers. Two people are dressed in western outfits and riding horses. Photo 3: nicely dressed young women, possibly the queen and her court, ride atop a float. Photo 4: a covered wagon is pulled by mules.
4 photographic prints :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Santa Monica-Celebrations-Pioneer Days; N-005-825.1 4x5; N-005-825.2 4x5; N-005-825.3 4x5; N-005-825.4 4x5
Parade floats--California--Santa Monica
Beef cattle
Parades--California--Santa Monica
Wagons--California--Santa Monica
Horses--California--Santa Monica
Mules--California--Santa Monica
Santa Monica (Calif.)--History

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