Photograph of an Orange display at the Los Angeles County Fair, 1929. A dark skinned mannequin dressed in a fur loin cloth and a necklace made of teeth stands to the left of center on a platform while holding up a spear in his right hand and facing the left. The large display that the mannequin stands on forms a rectangular shape with rounded edges while what appears to be oranges are placed in neat rows covering every side. Two murals of scenes are visible behind velvety curtains in the center. The scene directly in the center shows a man walking on a deserted beach while the scene to the right of center depicts a man at a doorway. To the left, a second mannequin is visible in the background while a large archway that seems to be the front of the display is visible between the two mannequins. A fair exhibit labeled "Los Angeles County" at its top and center fills the image. Picture file card reads "Possibly Orange Show".