Instilled in a case, this is a white statue of The Goddess Pomona, the Roman Goddess of fruits and gardens. She is relatively tall, has curly hair, shes draped in a long piece of cloth and is holding a "basket" of fruit. There is a short description of her on the bottom of the case. The description is from the Pomona Daily Times and discusses the unveiling and copying of the statue which was present by C. F. Loop. This figure holds fruit to represent the idea of nature and how influential it can be. The city of Pomona is named after this Goddess.