Photograph of Mexican Californian clowns, or Maromeros, performing on the patio of hacienda Aguillar, August 24, 1903. There are five clowns pictured, including four young boys and a man. At left is a boy lying on his chest with his feet over his head. At center, two boys and the man are lined up. They are wearing clown make up and baggy clothes. The fourth boy is standing on the man's head. The adobe hacienda is visible in the background behind a wooden bench. The clowns performed in the patio of the houses of the well-to-do Californians for cigarettes, other smaller offerings, and a few coins.