Photograph of a self-propelled float in the Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, ca.1906. The ship-shaped float, covered in various types of light-colored flowers, is just right of center. The float is moving left in front of a sidewalk as well as a pathway to a California Bungalow home in the background. At least six women in light-colored dresses and bonnets are seated in the stern on the vessel, just above the banner identifying the parade. The float is decorated with at least five lantern-shaped flower arrangements that can be seen hanging from the float. A placard toward the bow identifies the float as "A-24" and four wheels are slightly visible from below the undercarriage of the float.