Text reads in part: Los Angeles City Precinct No. 867. State of California, County of Los Angeles, SS Affidavit of Registration. John D. Shaw, 4630 Melbourne Ave, Architect, 5 feet 9 1/2 inches, Republican. I was born in Canada. I acquired citizenship by a. Decree of Court, December 23 1914, Los Angeles California. [signed] John D. Shaw, 18th day of January, 1932
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
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
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
Arch-Abbott S. Ohtani of the Hongwanji Buddhist movement presents Mayor Frank L. Shaw with a bronze incense burner while visiting American temples. Left to right, Mayor Shaw and S. Ohtani are the two figures in the center. Directly behind them, left to right, is Rev. H. Sasaki of a local temple and Rev. T. Sasaki, secretary for S. Ohtani. The unidentified men possibly include Rev. J. Yukawa, Rev. J.A. Goldwater, Rev. E. Washioka, and F. Yano.
Mayor Shaw with Dwight Long who sailed the globe for four years on a 32-foot sailboat. Frank Lawrence Shaw (February 1, 1877 – January 24, 1958) was an American politician. In 1933, he successfully ran for mayor of Los Angeles. He was re-elected in 1937 but was recalled from office on September 16, 1938. Dwight Long sailed a 32-foot sailboat around the world from 1934-1938.
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.
Mayor of Los Angeles, Frank L. Shaw, receives a relative of President Franklin L. Roosevelt, Leila Roosevelt (a.k.a. Mrs. Armand Denis, center), on the steps of City Hall. Miss Roosevelt had just completed a trip around the world by motor, but had broken her arm during her arrival in San Francisco. Her companion and mechanic is Miss Edna Olmsted of Long Island, New York.
President Roosevelt gave a speech at the Coliseum at the end of a motorcade through the city. The trip was Roosevelt’s first as President. Newspapers estimated the crowd at the Coliseum in the tens of thousands.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Mayor Frank L. Shaw at start of motorcade. Eleanor and her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt visited Los Angeles for a day before visiting San Diego. During their time in Los Angeles, the President gave a speech at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Mrs. Roosevelt gave a speech at the Hollywood Bowl.
Mayor Frank L. Shaw poses with Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, Red Cross nurse Vriginia Daniel, and D.C. McQuatters. Taken most likely at the Los Angeles County Red Cross Regional Conference where accident reduction and the establishment of first aid stations were discussed. From left to right, Mayor Shaw, D.C. McQuatters, Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, Virginia Daniel, and an unidentified man.
Mayor Shaw greets a group of men belonging to the Elks fraternal organization. Frank Lawrence Shaw (February 1, 1877 – January 24, 1958) was an American politician. In 1933, he successfully ran for mayor of Los Angeles. He was re-elected in 1937 but was recalled from office on September 16, 1938.
Fire Chief Ralph J. Scott is honored with a surprise party to celebrate his thirty years of service to the fire department. He is receiving a hand-illuminated book signed by every member of the fire department. From left to right, Ralph J. Scott, his wife Addie Scott, Fire Commissioner Edward Lewis, Harlan De Witt of the Fireman's Relief Association, and Mayor Shaw.