Photograph of La Fiesta de Los Angeles parade (or La Fiesta de las Flores), Spring Street, north from First Street, 1903. A flower decorated vehicle with a man driving it and a woman following directly behind it leads a group of marching soldiers who are carrying flags. Immediately behind them are about a dozen caballeros (horsemen). Hundreds of people crowd the sidewalk along both sides of the street. Some are sitting on balconies, peering through windows, or looking down from rooftops of the two and three story businesses. Legible signs include: "Dental College Infirmary, Free Dental Clinic", "Putnam Commercial Photograph[y]", "Corona Blanca", "126, H.J. Woollacott, 124", "Ice Cream, Keystone", "The Hub", "122, Famous Clothing Company, 120", "Keystone Restaurant", "Watches and Jewelry", "38-40".