14 images. Early morning traffic to Rose Bowl, 2 January 1956. Harriette Nelson; Rita Manning; Darlene McGinley; Barbara Ortolani; Roger Tolman; Ronnie Tucker; Eddie Triggs; James Ragsdale; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson; Stephanie Thompson; Linda Chase; Nancy Harmon; Pete Chase; Marilyn Johnson; Danny Signor; Dave Jacobs; Clair Schlafke;Ted Brouwse; Lois Brouwse; Larry Buick; Ray Pyle; Tony Garcia; Jerry Leaf; Mylis Bowes.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Wyman. Date: 1956-01-02. Reporter: Parks. Assignment: Traffic Jam, Pasadena Fwy., approximately 6:30 a.m. 11: View South from Figueroa Bridge, showing interchange in far background. 12: View North from College St. bridge".; Other caption slip reads: "Photographer: Wyman. Date: 1956-01-02. Reporter: Parks. Assignment: Early morning parade spectators on Colorado St. 74: L/R: Harriette Nelson, 25, & Rita Manning, 24, taking photographer's picture. 26: L/R: Darlene McGinley, 17, (combs hair); & Barbara Ortolani, 17 (applies lipstick); while (rear) Roger Tolman, 20, & Ronnie Tucker, 18, shiver in cold. 25: Eddie Triggs, 20, pulls some covers for himself from James Ragsdale, 17, sleeping. 29: Mr./Mrs. Ed Thompson with their kids, L/R: Stephanie, 5; Barbara Jean, 14 months; & baby Tommy, 6 months (in buggy). 50: Linda Chase, 11 (pours hot coffe). Rear: Nancy Harmon, 17, & Pete Chase, 18; Marilyn Johnson, 17; & Danny Signor, 19, in sleeping bags. 28: Dave Jacobs, 16, warms his tail at fire. 45: Elaine Schlafke, 17; Clair Schlafke, 20; Ted Brouwse, 24; & Lois Brouwse (Mr./Mrs.) play Chinese checkers. 46: L/R around fire: Dave Jacobs, 16; Larry Buick, 16; Ray Pyle, 18; Tony Garcia, 16; Jerry Leaf, 23; Mylis Bowes, 17".; Caption slip continues: ..."13-14-73: Dancing at 3:00 a.m. L/R: Darrell Singleton, 16; Sandra Scamehorn, 15; Johnny Brunitt, 16; Linda Brunitt, 14; Mrs. Jean Mallison (blanket over head). 60: L/R boys playing badminton: Ned Freer, 11; & John Hope, 10. On ground L/R: Ray Freer, 14; Margaret Hast, 16; Susan Howe, 17; Barry Woods, 18; John Lagle, 17 (partly hidden".