Altadena Rose Tattoo

Detail view of the City of Altadena Rose Tattoo float, during the public showcase following the 1956 Tournament of Roses Parade, in Pasadena, California, 1956. Inspired by the Tennessee Williams play, the float features a man made of white flowers with a red rose tattoo on his chest, sitting before an enormous pink rose blossom at center. In the background, visitors admire the workmanship behind yellow barricades. (Photo by Morse Collection/Gado/Getty Images)
Detail view of the City of Altadena Rose Tattoo float, during the public showcase following the 1956 Tournament of Roses Parade, in Pasadena, California, 1956. Inspired by the Tennessee Williams play, the float features a man made of white flowers with a red rose tattoo on his chest, sitting before an enormous pink rose blossom at center. In the background, visitors admire the workmanship behind yellow barricades. (Photo by Morse Collection/Gado/Getty Images)
Altadena Rose Tattoo
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Morse Collection/Gado / Contributor
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913027896
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Date created:
January 01, 1956
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