Construction company vice-president F.J. Anderson and mayor Frank Shaw seated, signing papers at table with books, papers, gavel, and pens, with Roger Jessup, Frances Beatty, Hugh Thatcher, Harry Baine, and John Quinn standing behind them. They are in the new quarters (as of 1932) of the County Supervisors on the 5th floor of the Hall of Records, located at 220 N. Broadway. The walls of the room are decorated with laurel panel molding above marble panels.
Dedication of Boquet Reservoir with William P. Whitsett, Chairman of the Metropolitan Water District; H. A. Van Norman, Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Bureau of Water Works; and Los Angeles Mayor Frank Shaw standing in front of the gates of the concrete inlet-outlet tower
Connected to Los Angeles Times article, February 4, 1933, R.F.C. Loan Assures Jobs for Army of Workers, Total of 25,000 Must Be Provided With Employment Under Terms of Relief Granted County. Jobs will be found for 25,000 men on public work in Los Angeles county … announcement yesterday by Chairman Shaw of the Board of Supervisors … notification came from Mrs. Rheba Crawford Splivalo, head of the State Department of Social Welfare … the first allotment of $250,000 will be available in Los Angeles Monday … they then named George F. Cuthbert to serve as co-ordinator …
Possibly connected to Los Angeles Times article, August 9, 1930, Voters’ Tally List Compiled, Registrar’s Chart Discloses Oddities in County, Urban Electors Far Ahead of Rural Districts, Men Outnumber Women in City; Opposite Outside
Mayor Frank Shaw, in suit and tie, holding flowers, Mrs. Cora Shaw, in knit suit, fox fur, and corsage, standing with group of about 7 women, most with flowers, including Peggy Hamilton Adams in light suit with wide satin collar, and man at left in Indian regalia
This photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, December 6, 1932, "New Governmental Group Effects Organization, County Given Set-Up Change, Supervisors Alter Course for Two of Departments, Whole Body to Direct Flood and Welfare Activities, Shaw Elected Chairman and Jessup Begins Duties"
Mrs. Cora Shaw, 3rd from left, and Mayor Frank Shaw, 6th from left, and about 13 other men and women, all in formal dress, seated at long table set with flowers, glasses, and menus or programs, under curtained balcony
Connected to either Los Angeles Times article, June 14, 1933, Oath of Mayor Taken by Shaw, Council Approves Canvass of Recent Election, Presto! New Mayor Sworn in Record Time, Introduced by Randall, Who Met Defeat at Polls; or July 2, 1933, New Regimes Take Helm of City and Schools, Shaw and Chesebro Sworn In and Davis Elected Head of Council; Education Shake-up Launched
Governor James Rolph, in suit and tie, and Mayor Frank Shaw, in dark jacket, hand in pocket, and light pants, shaking hands, indoors, with Oriental rugs on floor and chair, photograph of waterfall, and fireplace mantel in background
Supervisors Henry W. Wright, Harry M. Baine, John R. Quinn, and secretary Grace Wagner, seated at long table, supervisors Hugh A. Thatcher, mayor Frank L. Shaw, and county deputy assessor Alexander W. Dodge standing behind, with several other people standing and seated. They are in the new quarters of the County Supervisors on the 5th floor of the Hall of Records, located at 220 N. Broadway. The room is decorated with elaborate crown molding and walls with laurel panel molding above marble panels. There is a pilar on the left and a flag in the corner.
Dedication of Boquet Reservoir with an unidentified woman; an unidentified man, William P. Whitsett, Chairman of the Metropolitan Water District; Los Angeles Mayor Frank Shaw; an unidentified man; and H. A. Van Norman, Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Bureau of Water Works standing next to the gates of the concrete inlet-outlet tower after the water began to flow out to fill the reservoir.
Mayor Frank Shaw, in suit and tie, walking in front of crowd of mostly children and women, most in summer clothing, some in military hats, policeman in back of crowd, outdoors with lawn in foreground, trees and hills in background
Connected to Los Angeles Times article, March 22, 1935, Philippines Aide Visits with Shaw, Island Delegate to Capital to Join in Plea for More Trade Under Liberty Bill. Manuel Abella, one of the six delegates representing the Philippine mission sent to Washington … called on Mayor Shaw yesterday … accompanied by three local Philippine officials … Pedro C. de Vera … Manuel de los Reyes … Roque E. de la Ysla
Mayor Frank Shaw, in dark suit and tie, Kenneth Milton, in light suit and tie, holding harmonica in box, and Manuel Martinez and Herman Bower, both in dirty pants and shirts, Bower barefoot, standing in mayor's office
This photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, June 16, 1932, Friends Petition Shaw to Campaign, Shaw Urged to File for Re-Election, Petition Bearing Names of Second District Backers Handed to Supervisor, and appears with California Eagle article, June 24, 1932, Supervisor Frank L. Shaw Given Surprise Demonstration of Esteem