An unidentified woman standing next to a castle and icicle decoration. These Christmas decorations were set up by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce to promote a "Christmas Outdoor" celebration, and would eventually be placed atop all the streetlights in Downtown L.A. December 20, 1929.
Scary Christmas below the fold.
The L.A. Chamber of Commerce initiated "Christmas Outdoors", activities that would draw attention to Southern California's balmy Christmas climate. A young woman leaning on a larger than life parade decoration in the shape of a clown face. It is unclear how this figure will be placed on the float, or how it will be transported in the procession. December 20, 1929.
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