35 mm color slide depicting the Colorado State Fair parade in Pueblo, Colorado, taken on August 22, 1963, by Ray V. Frost (1907-2003). The photograph shows the town of Pueblo's parade float. It features a woman seated beneath a flowered sun umbrella and wearing a bright pink ball gown. At the front of the float, two young girls in pink dresses are seated under a representation of a rainbow. The float is titled "Pueblo, Sensational City". A crowd watches from the sidewalk in front of the Sherwin Williams paint store.
Ray Vermillion Frost was a resident of Golden, Colorado and worked as a master brewer at Coors Brewing Company. He was also an avid photographer, traveler, skier, and mountaineer who photographed his road-trips, skiing, and hiking and climbing adventures throughout Colorado between circa 1930-1982.