Photograph of a view of Orange Street in Redlands strewn with 100,000 roses for President Theodore Roosevelt to ride on, May 7, 1903. Banners and lanterns are hung over the long, unpaved street while pedestrians walk it below. Palm trees line the sidewalks to either side. Rose petals fill the street, obscuring the streetcar rails that run down its center.; Picture file card reads: "Orange Street looking south towards the Santa Fe Depot from Colton Street (Foothill Boulevard). The Casa Loma Hotel is in back of the photographer to the left. President Roosevelt arrive in Redlands over the Santa Fe at noon May 7, 1903. He was greeted by Governor Pardee and his Committee and 1,400 school children carrying small American flags. From the depot, he was driven over the roses to the Casa Loma for lunch and afterwards around the city and to the home of the Smiley brothers. Years afterwards, in one of his magazine articles, the President state that the rose covered street and the 1,400 school children with flags was the most impressive of all his experiences.".